CONTAGIOUS DISEASE CONTROL
34-22-1.1 State system of quarantine--Inspection and isolation of conveyances of common carriers.
34-22-3, 34-22-4. Repealed.
34-22-5 Exposure of self or others to communicable disease as misdemeanor.
34-22-6 Compelling vaccination as misdemeanor.
34-22-7, 34-22-8. Repealed.
34-22-9 State-wide system for prevention, control, and treatment of communicable disease--Promulgation of rules.
34-22-10 Laboratory and radiological services provided by department.
34-22-11 Screening and testing for communicable disease.
34-22-11.1 Approved medically accepted procedures required for performance of specific health services.
34-22-11.2 Specific health services.
34-22-12 Mandatory communicable disease reports from physicians, laboratories, and institutions--State tuberculosis register--Surveillance and control--Adoption of rules.
34-22-12.1 Confidentiality of reports--Exceptions.
34-22-12.2 Violation of confidentiality as misdemeanor.
34-22-12.3 Effect of good faith reporting.
34-22-12.4 Compliance with reporting requirements--Liability.
34-22-12.5 Sharing of immunization records permitted unless signed refusal in medical record--Violation as a misdemeanor.
34-22-13 Consultation with physicians and institutions.
34-22-14 Enforcement of regulations for control of communicable diseases.
34-22-15, 34-22-16. Repealed.
34-22-17 Communicable disease control supervised by department--Program applied statewide.
34-22-18 Refusal to accept diagnosis or treatment or to follow directives as misdemeanor.
34-22-18.1 Action for injunction to enforce department directive or order--Confidential information.
34-22-19 Freedom to select physician or institution preserved--Cases under surveillance of department.
34-22-20 to 34-22-22. Repealed.
34-22-23 Inspection of records of hospital or laboratory by secretary.
34-22-25 Health officer or physician to report information on person with dangerous communicable disease.
34-22-26 to 34-22-30. Repealed.
34-22-31 to 34-22-33. Omitted.
34-22-34 to 34-22-38. Repealed.
34-22-39 Religious rights and practices preserved.
34-22-41 "Public health emergency" defined.
34-22-42 Secretary may declare public health emergency--Contents of order.
Department primarily responsible for public health emergency response--Scope of authority--Promulgation of rules. 34-22-44
Termination of declared emergency--Renewal. 34-22-44.1
Definition of statewide emergency registry volunteer. 34-22-44.2
Statewide emergency registry volunteers--Immunity from civil liability. 34-22-45
Voluntary vaccination program for first responders--Exposure to infectious diseases at disaster locations.