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Chapter 246-100 WAC

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COMMUNICABLE AND CERTAIN OTHER DISEASES

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HTMLPDF246-100-006Purpose.
HTMLPDF246-100-011Definitions.
HTMLPDF246-100-021Responsibilities and duties—Health care providers.
HTMLPDF246-100-036Responsibilities and duties—Local health officers.
HTMLPDF246-100-040Procedures for isolation or quarantine.
HTMLPDF246-100-045Conditions and principles for isolation or quarantine.
HTMLPDF246-100-050Isolation or quarantine premises.
HTMLPDF246-100-055Relief from isolation or quarantine.
HTMLPDF246-100-060Right to counsel.
HTMLPDF246-100-065Consolidation.
HTMLPDF246-100-070Enforcement of local health officer orders.
HTMLPDF246-100-072Rules for notification of partners at risk of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
HTMLPDF246-100-186Special settings—Health care facilities.
HTMLPDF246-100-191Animals—General measures to prevent human disease.
HTMLPDF246-100-192Animals in public settings—Measures to prevent human disease.
HTMLPDF246-100-197Rabies—Measures to prevent human disease.
HTMLPDF246-100-201Psittacosis—Measures to prevent human disease.
HTMLPDF246-100-202Sexually transmitted infections—Duties and authorities.
HTMLPDF246-100-203Sexually transmitted infections—Health officer orders.
HTMLPDF246-100-2031Sexually transmitted infections—Orders and standards for detainment.
HTMLPDF246-100-204Absence of HIV or hepatitis C as an occupational qualification.
HTMLPDF246-100-205Blood-borne pathogen exposure—Occupation settings other than jail and corrections settings.
HTMLPDF246-100-206Blood-borne pathogen exposure—Local jail facilities.
HTMLPDF246-100-2061Blood-borne pathogen exposure—Department of corrections facilities.
HTMLPDF246-100-207Blood-borne pathogen testing—Ordering—Laboratory screening—Interpretation—Reporting.
HTMLPDF246-100-211Tuberculosis.
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