(a) receive and spend funds received from a federal agency, state, school district, or any other person or entity; (b) Waiving the costs of administering regulations for the control and disposal of sewage from private and public buildings and facilities; c) Enact orders that are not contrary to Law 50-50-126 or rules issued by the Ministry: On August 12, Governor Bullock issued a directive requiring face coverings in all public and private K-12 schools in counties with four or more active cases. Governor Bullock also announced that $10 million will be used to create the Live Entertainment Grant Program to ensure the long-term profitability of the live entertainment industry. To ensure entertainment companies can survive longer shutdowns and postponements, the program will provide up to 25% of a company`s gross revenue in 2019, or a maximum of $1 million per applicant. Applicants must derive at least 33% of their 2019 revenue from live events and less than 10% of last year`s revenue. Bars, restaurants and other establishments whose main activity is something other than live performance are not eligible. Applications will open on covidrelief.mt.gov from August 12 and will be evaluated on a first-come, first-served basis. (g) protect the public from the introduction and spread of communicable diseases or other diseases important to public health, including by measures to remove dirt or other contaminants that may cause disease or affect public health; (h) monitor or inspect conditions important to public health and issue written orders to comply with, correct, destroy or eliminate them; (i) initiate and pursue actions and issue orders necessary to reduce, limit or prosecute violations of local public health laws, rules and regulations; (j) designating an administrative relationship for public health with the Ministry. The association must be the local health worker in provinces and territories that employ a full-time health worker. In provinces and territories where no full-time local health worker is employed, the association must be the most senior public health officer employed by the administration. (k) Subject to the provisions of 50.2.130, make such necessary regulations no less stringent than the State standards for the control and disposal of sewage from private and public buildings and facilities not regulated by Chapter 6 of Title 75 or Chapter 4 of Title 76.
The regulation must describe standards for granting deviations from the minimum requirements that are identical to those issued by the Environmental Audit Committee and must provide for the appeal of deviation decisions to the Department, as required by 75-5-305. If the local health authority regulates or permits the drilling of water wells, the regulations must prohibit the drilling of a well if the well isolation zone, as defined in paragraph 76-4-102, encroaches on adjacent private property without the permission of the private owner. (1) to carry out inspections of conditions important to public health and to issue written orders to comply with them, correct them, destroy them or eliminate them; (2) take measures to restrict contact between people to protect public health from imminent threats, including, but not limited to, ordering the closure of buildings or facilities where people gather and cancelling events; (3) the notification of communicable diseases to the Division in accordance with the regulations; 4) Establish and maintain quarantine and isolation measures decided by the local health service; and (5) bring an action in the court of competent jurisdiction for a violation of this Chapter or the rules established by the board or local service under this Chapter. The government has since abandoned its proposed regime for large employers; Another, which applies to federal contractors, remains blocked in court. If you`re not vaccinated and are at risk of becoming a more severe case of COVID-19, Wendy Grace, a Butte-based primary care physician who has treated COVID patients inside and outside hospitals, said you could also receive a monoclonal antibody infusion, a treatment approved by the FDA for emergency use last fall.