4-1-1: CONTAGIOUS DISEASES:
   A.   Introducing Diseases:
      1.   It shall be unlawful for any person affected with, or exposed to, any contagious or infectious disease to be upon any street or in any public place in the city. The purpose of this requirement is to avoid exposing other persons to such a disease.
      2.   It shall be unlawful for any parent, guardian or person having charge of any child or children to allow, or permit, such child or children to attend any classes, school or any gathering of people, or to appear upon any street or in any public place in the city while infected with, or exposed to, any contagious or infectious disease, or in any manner to allow other persons to be exposed to such a disease. (1985 Code § 9-1)
      3.   No person suffering from, or infected with, a communicable form of disease shall engage in any occupation involving intimate contact with persons, food or food products. (1985 Code § 9-1; amd. 2004 Code)
   B.   Report Of Contagious Diseases:
      1.   Every physician practicing in the city shall report to the county health official, within six (6) hours after the diagnosis of the same, the appearance of any of the following diseases: diphtheria (including membranous croup), scarlet fever, smallpox, yellow fever, typhoid fever, typhus fever, Asiatic cholera, chicken pox, tuberculosis, undulant fever, acute anterior, poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis), epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis, whooping cough, mumps, or any other pestilential, infectious or contagious disease.
      2.   Syphilis, gonococcus infection and chancroid are hereby and hereinafter recognized and declared to be contagious, infectious, communicable and dangerous to the public health.
      3.   The statutes of the state of Oklahoma governing the diseases stated hereinbefore shall apply to all cases of this nature, after said report is made. (1985 Code § 9-2; amd. 2004 Code)
   C.   Quarantine:
      1.   It shall be unlawful for any person to enter, or go upon, any ground or premises under quarantine without first having obtained permission to do so from the local or county health official.
      2.   It shall be unlawful for any person whom the local or county health official shall have ordered to be detained in quarantine to neglect or refuse to be so detained, or to wilfully violate any quarantine regulation thereof.
      3.   It shall be unlawful for any person to tear down, remove, deface, mutilate or destroy any order, notice or flag that may be posted or displayed by the local or county health official.
      4.   It shall be unlawful for any person to wilfully violate, or refuse to comply with, any lawful order, direction, prohibition, rule or regulation of any officer or official charged with enforcement of such order, direction, prohibition, rule or regulation. (1985 Code § 9-3)