South Dakota Administrative Rules
44:20 - COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CONTROL
Chapter 44:20:03 - Control measures.
44:20:03:05 - Form and duration of public health notice

44:20:03:05. Form and duration of public health notice. The department shall issue a public health notice pursuant to ยงยง 44:20:03:04, 44:20:03:07, and 44:20:03:10 in writing or, in urgent circumstances, as an oral statement followed within three days by a written statement and shall deliver the notice personally or by registered or certified mail to a person who is of legal age or to a person's parent or legal guardian if the person is not of legal age, except as otherwise provided in SDCL 34-23-15 to 34-23-18, inclusive. The notice is not effective after the person or animal is no longer infected with a reportable disease or condition or, in the case of a suspected disease, after the longest usual incubation period. In cases involving a fomite or an animal, the notice is effective until there is no threat to the public health.

Source: 20 SDR 69, effective November 17, 1993; 23 SDR 60, effective October 31, 1996; 38 SDR 8, effective August 1, 2011.

General Authority: SDCL 34-1-17, 34-22-9, 34-23-13.

Law Implemented: SDCL 34-22-9, 34-23-13.

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