A respondent must be confined in a place designated in the written directive until the health officer who issued the written directive determines that the respondent no longer poses a substantial threat to the public health or until a court of competent jurisdiction orders the release of the respondent. The state department of health or the local board may establish and maintain places of confinement.
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