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Title 22Chapter ISubchapter HPart 71Subpart B → §71.12


Title 22: Foreign Relations
PART 71—PROTECTION AND WELFARE OF CITIZENS AND THEIR PROPERTY
Subpart B—Emergency Medical/Dietary Assistance for U.S. Nationals Incarcerated Abroad


§71.12   Dietary supplements.

(a) Eligibility criteria. A prisoner is considered eligible for the dietary supplement program under the following general criteria:

(1) An evaluation by a priviate physician, prison doctor, or other host country medical authority reveals that the prison diet does not meet the minimum requriements to sustain adequate health; or

(2) If the evaluation in paragraph (a)(1) of this section is not available, an evaluation by either a regional medical officer or Departmental medical officer reveals that the prison diet does not provide the minimum requirements to sustain adequate health.

(b) Consular responsibility. (1) When the consular officer is aware that the U.S. prisoner's diet does not provide the minimum requirements to sustain adequate health, the consular officer shall obtain the necessary dietary supplements and distribute them to the prisoner on a regular basis.

(2) As soon as the consular officer believes that dietary supplements are being misused, the consular officer shall suspend provision of the dietary supplements and report the incident in full to the Department.

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