Section 2.50 - Handling of food forbidden in certain cases

OTHER MEASURES FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION

2.50 Handling of food forbidden in certain cases. (a) No person who suffers from cholera, amebiasis, shigellosis, superficial staphylococcal infection, streptococcal sore throat (including scarlet fever), salmonellosis, giardiasis, infectious hepatitis, poliomyelitis, diphtheria, tuberculosis, yersiniosis, or typhoid, or is a carrier of the organisms causing amebiasis or shigellosis, salmonella infection or typhoid, or who, in the judgement of the local health officer, is suffering from acute infectious diarrhea shall serve or handle in any manner whatsoever, food intended for sale.

(b) No person shall engage in the handling of milk, dairy products or other foods until clinical recovery from salmonella or shigella infection and until two successive specimens of intestinal discharges, passed not less than one week after the week of onset and at intervals not less than 24 hours, shall have been examined in an approved laboratory or in the laboratory of the State Department of Health and no salmonella or shigella organisms shall have been found.

Effective Date: 
Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Doc Status: 
Complete