Just four people hospitalised after Medevac transfer

The Morrison Government wants to scrap the laws, claiming they are a risk to the country's borders
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Only four of the 111 refugees and asylum-seekers transferred to Australia under the so-called Medevac laws have been admitted to hospital for treatment, a senate inquiry has heard.

And of those transferred since the laws came into effect in March, just 40 have received treatment as outpatients.