ISOLATION, QUARANTINE AND RESTRICTIONS

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Section 2.25 - REPEALED

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Section 2.27 - REPEALED

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Section 2.28 - REPEALED

 

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Section 2.29 - REPEALED

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Section 2.30 - REPEALED

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Section 2.31 Reserved

Section 2.32 - Reports of gonorrhea and syphilis cases confidential

2.32 Reports of gonorrhea, Chlamydia trachomatis infection and syphilis cases confidential. Records of the State Department of Health or of any local department of health or local health authority having custody of such records or of any laboratory, clinic or other institution relating to cases of gonorrhea, chlamydia trachomatis infection or syphilis shall be confidential, except that access to such records by representatives of official public agencies concerned with the control of such diseases may be permitted at the discretion of the State or local health authority having custody of such reports.
 

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Section 2.33 - Removal of cases of communicable diseases from one health district to another restricted

2.33 Removal of cases of communicable diseases from one health district to another restricted. Except as hereinafter provided no person affected with a highly communicable disease (as defined in section 2.1 of this Part) shall be removed from one health district into another except with the permission of the city, county or district health officer from whose district such person is removed and the permission of the city, county or district health officer to whose jurisdiction such person is to be transferred. The former shall give permission only after securing the consent of the health officer to whose jurisdiction the person is to be transferred except that the latter's permission need not be obtained if the patient is brought into a municipality solely for hospitalization in an institution approved by that municipality's health officer for admission of the type of case in question. Such removal shall be by means of a private conveyance, in charge of a responsible person and conducted in such manner as to prevent the exposure of other persons to the patient.
 

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