§ 113.27  PROCEDURE WHEN INFECTION IS SUSPECTED.
   (A)   When the Health Officer has reasonable cause to suspect the possibility of disease transmission from any food-service establishment or employee he or she shall make such investigation as may be indicated including the morbidity history of suspected employees and take appropriate action.
   (B)   The Health Officer may require any or all of the following measures:
      (1)   The immediate closure of the food-service establishment concerned until, in the opinion of the Health Officer, no further danger of disease outbreak exists;
      (2)   The immediate exclusion of the employee from all food-service establishments;
      (3)   Restriction of the employee’s services to some area of the establishment where there would be no danger of transmitting disease; and
      (4)   Adequate medical and laboratory examinations of the employee, of other employees and of his, her and their body discharges.
(Prior Code, § 17-14)