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Isolation and Quarantine Response Plan


Isolation and quarantine are important components of public health emergency planning.  Concept of operations, coordination of public health and medical services, and identification of legal authorities are all key.  This Isolation and Quarantine Response Plan from Public Health - Seattle and King County has all of these components.  It was submitted to address Goal 1 of a Project Public Health Ready application and can serve as an example to other applicants.

Primary Toolkit:

PPHR Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Isolation and Quarantine, Project Public Health Ready


1,000,000 - 1,999,999

Institutional Author:

Public Health - Seattle and King County, WA





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