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(a) No person, knowing or having reasonable cause to believe that he or she is suffering from a dangerous, contagious disease, shall knowingly fail to take reasonable measures to prevent exposing himself or herself to other persons, except when seeking medical aid.
(b) No person, having charge or care of a person whom he or she knows or has reasonable cause to believe is suffering from a dangerous, contagious disease, shall recklessly fail to take reasonable measures to protect others from exposure to the contagion, and to inform health authorities of the existence of the contagion.
(c) No person, having charge of a public conveyance or place of public accommodation, amusement, resort, or trade, and knowing or having reasonable cause to believe that persons using such conveyance or place have been or are being exposed to a dangerous, contagious disease, shall negligently fail to take reasonable measures to protect the public from exposure to the contagion, and to inform health authorities of the existence of the contagion.
(d) (1) No entertainer, employee or customer of a business which is a live entertainment occupancy involving nude or semi-nude performance shall be permitted to have any physical contract with any other person on the premises during any performance and all performances shall only occur upon a stage at least 18 inches above the immediate floor level and removed at least six feet from the nearest entertainer, employee and/or customer.
(2) As used in this division:
A. “Live entertainment occupancies” means a building, structure or occupancy where there are performances of dancing, singing, nudity or semi-nudity as part of the entertainment, or nudity or semi-nudity in connection with food and/or beverage service by waiters or waitresses. A live entertainment occupancy shall not include a building, structure or occupancy where the entertainment is supplied solely by the patrons who are neither nude nor semi-nude.
B. “Nude” means the appearance of a human bare buttock, an anus, male genitals, female genitals or a female breast, or a state of dress which fails to opaquely cover a human buttock, an anus, male genitals, female genitals or an areola of a female breast.
C. “Semi-nude” means a state of dress in which clothing covers no more than the genitals, pubic region and areola of a female breast, as well as portions of the body covered by supporting straps or devices.
(Ord. 34-97. Passed 1-26-97)
(e) Whoever violates any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree.