§ 6-204.  Quarantine and Isolation.
   (1)   The Department may order the isolation of any person found by the attending physician, osteopath, or by the Department to have any disease listed by the Board as a quarantinable disease in the place, for such period and in such manner as the Board may by regulation prescribe in order to protect public health and to prevent the spread of such disease.
   (2)   The Department may order the quarantine of any person who is reasonably suspected of having or being exposed to any disease listed by the Board as a quarantinable disease in the place and in such manner as the Board may by regulation prescribe in order to protect the public health and prevent the spread of such disease, but such quarantine shall continue only until such time as a prompt and timely determination is made with the approval of the Department whether any person so quarantined does in fact have or is exposed to any such disease.
   (3)   The Department may order the isolation of any person found by the attending physician, osteopath, or by the Department to be a carrier of any disease listed by the Board as a quarantinable disease in the place, for such period and in such manner as the Board may by regulation prescribe in order to prevent the spread of disease through such carriers.
   (4)   The Board may by regulation prescribe such requirements for the transportation, distribution and delivery of the bodies of persons who have died or who are reasonably suspected of having died from any quarantinable disease as may be necessary to protect the public health from the further spread of such disease.
   (5)   The Department may order, in such manner as the Board may by regulation prescribe, to control the spread of disease:
      (a)   the destruction of the bedding, clothing, or other immediate personal effects of any person found to have any disease listed by the Board as a quarantinable disease;
      (b)   the disinfection of the private residence in which such person has lived or the establishment or institution in which such person has been during his infection or exposure;
      (c)   the impounding of the bedding, clothing, or other personal articles of any person who is reasonably suspected of having or being exposed to any disease listed by the Board as a quarantinable disease pending a determination of whether such person does have or has been exposed to such disease.