(a) Every physician or other person who makes a diagnosis of, treats, or prescribes
for a case of STD and every superintendent or manager of a clinic, hospital, laboratory
or penal institution, in which there is a case of STD, shall report the case immediately
to those persons or agencies designated as recipients of such reports by the commissioner.
(b) Reports shall be made on forms supplied by the department, stating the name, address,
age, sex, race, stage of the disease and other information on the form as may be required
for the location, treatment and control of infectious cases.
(c) Reporting of STDs, other than those designated as reportable in the regulations
promulgated by the department, is not required.
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