Article - Environment
(a) The Secretary shall assist local governments, if necessary, to provide case management of children with elevated blood lead levels greater than or equal to 10 micrograms per deciliter (�g/dl) before July 1, 2020, and greater than or equal to the reference level defined in § 6–801(q) of this title on or after July 1, 2020.
(b) Within 10 business days after receipt of the results of a blood test for lead poisoning indicating that a child under the age of 6 years has an elevated blood lead level greater than or equal to the reference level defined in § 6–801(q) of this title, the Department or a local health department shall notify:
(1) The child’s parent or legal guardian; and
(2) If the child does not reside at a property owned by the child’s parent or legal guardian, the owner of the property where the child resides.