Communicable Disease Exclusion Chart

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Exclusion Chart

Mumps Until fully  recovered Not excluded
Pediculosis (head lice) Until appropriate treatment has commenced Not excluded
Pertussis¬†(whooping cough) Until 2 weeks after the onset of the illness and until receipt of a medical certificate of recovery from infection Domiciliary contacts must be excluded from attending a children’s services centre for 21 days after the last exposure to infection if the contacts have not previously had whooping cough or immunisation against it
Poliomyelitis Until at least 14 days after onset of illness and until receipt of a medical certificate of recovery from infection Not excluded
Ringworm Until appropriate treatment has commenced Not excluded
Rotavirus (diarrhoea) Until diarrhoea ceased Not excluded
Rubella Until fully recovered or at least 5 days after the onset of the rash Not excluded
Scabies Until appropriate treatment has commenced` Not excluded
Shigella (diarrhoea) Until diarrhoea ceases Not excluded
Streptococcal Infection(inc. Scarlet Fever) Until receipt of a medical certificate of recovery from infection Not excluded
Trachoma Until appropriate treatment has commenced Not excluded
Tuberculosis Until receipt of a medical certificate from a health officer of the department that the child is not considered to be infectious Not excluded
Typhoid and Paratyphoid Until receipt of medical certificate of recovery from infection Not excluded unless medical officer of health or health officer of the department considers exclusion to be necessary
Chickenpox Until fully recovered or until at least one week after the eruption Not excluded