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Hep C Disclosure: Telling Other People

Hep C Disclosure: Telling Other People

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Hep C Disclosure: Telling Other People

It is not right or fair but some people may react negatively or rudely if you tell them you had or have hep C. It’s important to know the difference between who you have to tell (legally) and who you might want to tell.  This is why we’ve put together this page, to help you decide who to tell about your hep C.

Can you still work if you have or have had hep C?

For most people, there is no legal obligation to tell your employer that you have, or have had hep C. Only under special circumstances will you need to tell people this information.

Who do you have to tell if you have or had hep C?

There are only a few times when you legally have to tell someone if you have hep C:

We’re here to help you make the right decision

Before you tell others it may be useful to talk to the Hepatitis Infoline and have booklets or brochures to give to the other person. This may help overcome any misconceptions they might have about hep C.

For more information, also see our online resources:

Click here for our Hepatitis Disclosure factsheet >>

Click here to check out our C Change hep C brochure >>

Click here to check out our Hepatitis C – What You Need To Know booklet >>

Click here to check out our Yarnin’ About Hep C – a booklet about hep C for Aboriginal people >>

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