—(1) Subject to subsection (2), the Director may disclose any information obtained by him under this Act which identifies any person who is, or is suspected to be, a case or carrier or contact of an infectious disease —
to any person if such disclosure is necessary to enable that person to take the necessary measures to prevent the spread or possible outbreak of an infectious disease where —
the infectious disease is one of the diseases set out in the Sixth Schedule; or
the Minister, having regard to the circumstances of the case, thinks that such disclosure is necessary and has given his approval in writing for the disclosure to be made; or
to the World Health Organisation or a State Party to the World Health Organisation if such disclosure is necessary to comply with an international obligation of Singapore.
(2) The Director may, in disclosing any information to any person under subsection (1)(a)(i), impose such conditions as he thinks fit and the person to whom the information is disclosed shall comply with such conditions.
(3) The Minister may, in giving his approval for the disclosure of any information under subsection (1)(a)(ii), impose such conditions as he thinks fit and the person to whom the information is disclosed shall comply with such conditions.
(4) A person to whom the Director has disclosed any information under subsection (1)(a) may only disclose or use such information to the extent necessary for implementing any measure permitted by the Director for the purpose of preventing the spread or possible outbreak of that infectious disease, but not otherwise.
(5) Any person who —
contravenes subsection (4),
shall be guilty of an offence.
(6) This section shall apply without prejudice to any other right of disclosure under this Act or any other written law or rule of law.