Is there any right to appeal a county quarantine or isolation order?

An individual, or group of individuals, isolated or quarantined may request a hearing in district court contesting the isolation or quarantine BUT this will not stay or enjoin an isolation or quarantine order. Upon receipt of a request, the court shall conduct a hearing within 72 hours after receipt of the request. While the district courts are currently closed, the Chief Justice’s order has made provisions for the filing and hearing of these appeals. See K.S.A. 65-129c. 

Source: https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.lkm.org/resource/resmgr/education/covid-19/quarantine_law_summary.pdf 

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2. What are the symptoms of Coronavirus?
3. What are the symptoms of COVID-19 vs allergies and the flu?
4. How long does the virus stay alive on different surfaces?
5. What are the differences between social distancing, quarantine, and isolation?
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10. Is there any right to appeal a county quarantine or isolation order?
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