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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health
1/29/2020

Chapter 90. Regulations for Disease Reporting and ControlRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Authority
Section 30
Purpose
Section 40
Administration
Section 50
[Repealed]
Section 60
[Repealed]
Section 70
Powers and procedures of chapter not exclusive
Section 80
List of diseases that shall be reported
Section 90
Those required to report
Section 100
Methods
Section 103
Isolation for communicable disease of public health threat
Section 107
Quarantine
Section 110
Dosage and age requirements for immunizations; obtaining immunizations
Section 120
[Repealed]
Section 130
Prenatal testing
Section 140
Procedure for preventing ophthalmia neonatorum
Section 150
Authority
Section 160
Reportable cancers and tumors
Section 170
Those required to report
Section 180
Report contents and procedures
Section 190
[Repealed]
Section 200
Reporting and control of diseases
Section 210
[Repealed]
Section 215
Schedule and criteria for and confirmation of blood lead testing and information to be provided
Section 220
[Repealed]
Section 225
Additional data to be reported related to persons with active tuberculosis disease (confirmed or suspected)
Section 230
[Repealed]
Section 240
[Repealed]
Section 250
[Repealed]
Section 260
[Repealed]
Section 270
[Repealed]
Section 280
Reporting of dangerous microbes and pathogens
Section 290
[Repealed]
Section 300
[Repealed]
Section 310
[Repealed]
Section 320
[Repealed]
Section 330
[Repealed]
Section 340
[Repealed]
Section 350
[Repealed]
Section 360
[Repealed]
Section 370
Reporting of healthcare-associated infections
FORMS
[Repealed]
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