Arizona Revised Statutes Title 36. Public Health and Safety § 36-786. Laboratory testing during an enhanced surveillance advisory

A. The state laboratory shall coordinate specimen testing relating to enhanced surveillance advisory.  If necessary and at state expense, the department may designate other laboratories to assist it in testing specimens.

B. The department shall determine the criteria necessary for private or public laboratories to conduct clinical or environmental testing associated with bioterrorism or any illness or health condition subject to the enhanced surveillance advisory.

C. During an enhanced surveillance advisory, a public safety authority, if requested by the department or local health authority, shall coordinate and provide transportation of clinical or environmental samples to the state laboratory or other testing laboratory designated by the department.

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