Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-36-A16 - Control of refractory persons affected with venereal diseases

Current through March 4, 2022

When it comes to the attention of a local director of health that a person is affected with or presumably affected with gonorrhea or syphilis in any form and is likely to jeopardize the health of any person or persons in or on the premises occupied or frequented by the affected person, the local director of health shall immediately investigate and shall take proper measures to prevent the spread of such disease for the protection of the public health, and he shall direct such person to report regularly for treatment to a licensed physician or to a public clinic, there to be treated until such person is free from infectious discharges. If such person, in the opinion of the local director of health, is a menace to the public health, the local director of health shall order the removal of such person to an isolation hospital or other proper place, there to be received and kept until he no longer is a menace to the public health; or the local director of health shall adopt such other measures as he may deem necessary to protect the public health.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-36-A16
Effective October 25, 1989

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