Nevada Animals

Sec. § 571.160
Notice to State Quarantine Officer of animal infected with disease; confidentiality of notice.


If any animal becomes infected with any infectious, contagious or parasitic disease as defined by rules and regulations adopted by the State Quarantine Officer, the owner or agent in charge of the infected animal, or any inspector of the Department or any practicing veterinarian who has knowledge of the infected animal, shall immediately notify the State Quarantine Officer. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 239.0115, a notification of disease received pursuant to this section must be kept confidential unless:

1.

The reported disease is:

(a)

Specifically regulated pursuant to NRS 571.130 for mandatory control and eradication to protect the public health, other animals or wildlife; or

(b)

Trichomonosis in cattle; or

2.

The State Quarantine Officer determines that a public health emergency exists.
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