||Rules and regulations; physicians, health care facilities, and correctional
facilities to report cases of communicable and other dangerous diseases; penalties.
||Penalties for violating health department orders with respect
to life-threatening communicable diseases.
||Authority of state department of health to investigate diseases.
||Suppression of nuisances injurious to public health.
||Powers of state board of health as to persons afflicted
with infectious sexually transmitted disease.
||Inspection and examination of person suspected of being
afflicted with infectious sexually transmitted disease.
||Free testing for and treatment of sexually transmitted disease.
||Donations to state board of health.
||State board of health may call upon the federal government.
||Immunization practices for control of vaccine preventable diseases; attendance by unvaccinated children.
||Definitions applicable to Section 41-23-41.
||Emergency service provider notice of exposure to blood or body fluids; licensed facility duties regarding infectious disease.
||Vaccination program for first responders who may be exposed to infectious diseases when sent to bioterrorism or disaster locations; definitions; participation in program; exemptions; vaccine shortages; notification of program; administration of vaccination program; program dependant upon receipt of federal funding.
||Department of Health to provide educational material on availability of vaccines for meningitis and hepatitis A and B to public universities and colleges for distribution to students.
||Rubella screening tests.
||Counseling as to risks and benefits of rubella immunization.
||Civil immunity for persons performing rubella tests, counseling