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iii. 2013 = 97
iv. 2014 = 16 for the period of January to February
(2) How many of the screening tests indicated in part (1) were positive for
(a) Hepatitis B virus:
i. 2011 = This information is not held on a database and manually extracting the data would be very labour intensive and there is margin for error.
ii. 2012 = 6
iii. 2013 = 10
iv. 2014 = 2 for the period of January to February
(b) Hepatitis C virus
ii. 2012 = 87
iii. 2013 = 93
iv. 2014 = 7 for the period of January to February
(c) Human Immunodeficiency virus
ii. 2012 = 1
iii. 2013 = 1
iv. 2014 = 0 for the period of January to February
An admission screen is a blood borne virus screen that was completed within 30 days of admission to the Alexander Maconochie Centre, noting that not all detainees who are offered a blood borne virus screen take up the offer.
All data has been manually collated.
Same-sex marriage—High Court challenge
(Question No 243)
Mr Hanson asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 26 February 2014:
(1) In relation to the 2013 ACT Government's failed attempt to legislate for same-sex marriage, what were the costs incurred in (a) creating ACT legislation, including (i)
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