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25 (1) The Secretary of State must consult the Chief Medical Officer or any of the Deputy Chief Medical Officers of the Department of Health and Social Care on the impact of asylum processes on preventing, protecting against, controlling or providing a public health response to the incidence or spread of infection or contamination.
(2) The matters to be consulted on under sub-paragraph (1) include, but are not restricted to—
(a) requirements for individuals to report or attend interviews as part of the asylum process;
(b) the nature and extent of asylum accommodation and rules in relation to eviction from asylum accommodation;
(c) the nature and extent of financial support for asylum seekers;
(d) the nature and extent of financial support for local authorities in asylum dispersal areas.