KSC, TITLE 12.  EDUCATION & HEALTH
 
 
Chapter 13.  Noncitizen
Employee Health

Section 12.1301.  Certificate of freedom from communicable disease.
Section 12.1302.  Physical examination.
Section 12.1303.  Notification of Governor.

      Section 12.1301.  Certificate of freedom from communicable disease.
      A noncitizen entering the State to undertake employment and an accompanying family member possess, and thereafter keeps in his possession, a certificate of his freedom from communicable diseases issued not more than thirty days preceding the person's entry into the State by a physician licensed to practice medicine in the country of issuance.

      Section 12.1302.  Physical examination.

     (1)  Within ten days of entry into the State a noncitizen employee, and an accompanying family member, each has a physical examination performed by the Department of Health Services, the person bearing the cost of the physical examination.

     (2)  A noncitizen employee in the State, and an accompanying family member, who has not had a physical examination in the State before the Code takes effect undergoes a physical examination, the person bearing the cost of the examination.

      Section 12.1303.  Notification of Governor.

     (1)  Within a reasonable time of the completion of the physical examination required by Section 12.1302 the Director of the Department of Health Services notifies the Governor of the medical reasons why a person should not be allowed to remain in the State, giving the basis of his judgment.  The Director gives notification upon a positive finding of contagious disease.

     (2)  The Director does not give notification if in all medical probability the continued presence of the person would not result in substantial danger to the health of the State's inhabitants or in a need for the prolonged medical care and treatment of the person in the State.

     (3)  Upon notification the Governor takes all necessary lawful steps for the person's exiting the State on the ground that his continued presence would not be in the State's best interests.
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