Segregation of the aboriginal people stated from the 1890’s was under the protection policy of the government. This meant that the Australians who were forced previously to leave their native nations became imprisoned during reserves, settlements and mission in which many people like children, elders and adults were clasped in these organizations. This formulated a perfect environment for the purpose of transmission of communicable diseases. In addition to overcrowding, living conditions in these institutions were unbearable (Broome, 1982). On basic facilities like water toilet, the responsible government had no intention to spend any money. The distribution of diseases was contributed by poor nutrition, dense population etc. The response of European people was appalling in case of infectious disease, especially in case of venereal diseases and leprosy (Sandall, 2001). They requested to move them away instead of providing some kind of health care to Aboriginal people. First examination for the Aboriginal people was ordered in the year 1911. It was in the fear that the European settlers may catch contagious diseases that this was done.