Oregon Statutes - Chapter 616 - General and Miscellaneous Provisions - Section 616.750 - Procedure where food handler suspected of disease.

If the State Department of Agriculture for reasonable cause believes that any person working in any food establishment is affected with any infectious or contagious disease, the department may require the person to be examined by a competent physician and that the physician furnish the department with a certificate stating whether upon examination the physician has found the person to be affected with any infectious or contagious disease. If within five days after so required the person has not furnished the department with such a certificate by a competent physician, the person is guilty of a violation of ORS 616.745 and the department may apply to the circuit court to enjoin the person from continuing to work in the food establishment until the certificate is furnished. The circuit court hereby is authorized to issue the injunction. [Amended by 1975 c.389 §12]

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