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Health Minister Jenny Mikakos said she would provide written responses to the questions on Wednesday.(AAP: James Ross)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelVictorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos has refused to answer a series of questions during a heated parliamentary question time which was held against health advice.Key points:The Labor-dominated Lower House did not meet as scheduled due to the adviceBut in the Upper House, the Opposition decried Ms Mikakos's "appalling contempt of the Parliament" for refusing to answer questions as they were askedA parliamentary inquiry recommended new laws so information about people's health could be disclosed if it was in the interests of public healthVictoria's Upper House sat in defiance of advice from the Chief Health Officer that it was not safe to do so during the pandemic.The Labor-dominated Lower House heeded the advice and did not meet as scheduled.In the Legislative Council, however, a sitting was held, with the Opposition and some crossbench MPs arguing that it was important for democratic institutions to scrutinise the Government during the declared state of disaster."At a time when the Government is exercising unprecedented powers that we have never seen in Victoria, we need unprecedented scrutiny,'' Liberal Democrats MP David Limbrick told the Parliament.Opposition frontbencher David Davis noted it had been seven weeks since the Parliament sat."There has been a deterioration in the position of health across the state because of the COVID-19 crisis, because of the errors in the processes concerning contact tracing and because of the enormous blunders that occurred with quarantine in this state, and it is critical that the Government is held to account on those matters,'' Mr Davis said.Many Labor MPs did not attend, including ministers Jaclyn Symes, Gayle Tierney and Jaala Pulford, who are based outside metropolitan Melbourne.For the latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic read our coronavirus live blog.Ms Mikakos said the Government did not want to be at Parliament."I do think that the position that the Government has been forced into in relation to today's sitting has been one that has set a very dangerous position,

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