|132CA||Title:||SWIMMING POOLS REGULATION||Gazette Number:||L.N. 320 of 1999|
(1) In this Regulation, unless the context otherwise requires-
"communicable disease" (傳染病) includes amoebiasis, cerebrospinal meningitis, cholera, diphtheria, dysentery, enteric fever, gastroenteritis, acute inflammation of the throat, infectious hepatitis, leprosy, any form of tinea infection, tuberculosis, poliomyelitis, pediculosis, scabies, scarlet fever, smallpox, any venereal disease or any generalized skin infection, trachoma, acute conjunctivitis and any other disease which the Director may, from time to time, declare to be a communicable disease for the purposes of this Regulation; (78 of 1999 s. 7)
"Director" (署長) means the Director of Food and Environmental Hygiene; (78 of 1999 s. 7)
"residential unit" (住宅單位) means a separate household unit in a building constructed, used or intended to be used wholly for the purpose of human habitation; (L.N. 123 of 1988)
"swimming pool" and "pool" (泳池) means any artificially constructed pool used for swimming or bathing and to which the public have access (whether on payment or otherwise ) or which is operated by any club, institution, association or other organization. (L.N. 40 of 1963)
(2) Whenever the Director declares any disease to be a communicable disease for the purposes of this Regulation, a notification of such declaration shall be published in the Gazette.