The State or local registrar or county recorder shall supply to any applicant a certified copy of any record of birth, fetal death, death, marriage, or marriage dissolution subject to certain requirements. When the original forms of certificates of live birth furnished by the State Registrar contain a printed section at the bottom containing medical and social data or labeled "Confidential Information for Public Health Use Only," that section shall not be reproduced in a certified copy of the record except as specifically authorized to certain parties.
Additional fees will be collected from an applicant for a certified copy of a birth or death record. Each local registrar or county recorder collecting the fee shall transmit sixty-five cents ($.65) of the fee to the State Registrar as funding for the development of safety and security measures to protect against fraudulent use of birth and death records, including computerizing records, redacting and removing signatures as required by law, and electronically distributing redacted records to local registrars and county recorders for their use in complying with Sections 103526 and 103526.5.
School districts may release information from pupil records to: (1) Appropriate persons in connection with an emergency as necessary to protect the health or safety of a pupil or other persons; (2) agencies or organizations in connection with the application of a pupil for, or receipt of, financial aid, as necessary; (3) the county elections official to identify pupils eligible to register to vote; (4) accrediting associations to carry out their accrediting functions; (5) organizations conducting studies for educational agencies or institutions, if the studies are conducted in a manner that wi
All information and records acquired while providing services to voluntary or involuntary recipients shall be confidential. Such information and records may be disclosed to (a) State Department of Health Services authorized persons, and to authorized legal staff or special investigators who are employed by or authorized representatives of the State Department of Social Services as is necessary to perform their duties of inspecting, licensing, and investigating facilities.
As designated by the director, each county shall make alternative HIV/AIDS test sites available without charge and on an anonymous basis with no linkage between individual identity and test request or results. Those administering the test may not request and identifying revealing information from the test seekers. Results of tests shall be given to the individual in person.