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The priest will then examine it, 1 and if 2 the infection has turned white, the priest is to pronounce the person with the infection clean 3 – he is clean.
The priest is to examine and then quarantine the article with the infection for seven days. 1
The priest must then examine the infection 1 on the skin of the body, and if the hair 2 in the infection has turned white and the infection appears to be deeper than the skin of the body, 3 then it is a diseased infection, 4 so when the priest examines it 5 he must pronounce the person unclean. 6
“This is the law for all diseased infections, for scall, 1
I will punish their rebellion by beating them with a club, 1 their sin by inflicting them with bruises. 2
He will be beaten and despised, 1 and his reproach will not be wiped away; 2
The priest must then examine it on the seventh day, and if, 1 as far as he can see, the infection has stayed the same 2 and has not spread on the skin, 3 then the priest is to quarantine the person for another seven days. 4
He is to examine the infection, and if 1 the infection in the walls of the house consists of yellowish green or reddish eruptions, 2 and it appears to be deeper than the surface of the wall, 3
“When someone has a diseased infection, 1 he must be brought to the priest.
Please stop wounding me! 1 You have almost beaten me to death! 2
No harm will overtake 1 you; no illness 2 will come near your home. 3
He must then examine the infection on the seventh day. If the infection has spread in the garment, or in the warp, or in the woof, or in the leather – whatever the article into which the leather was made 1 – the infection is a malignant disease. It is unclean.
The priest must then examine it after the infection has been washed out, and if 1 the infection has not changed its appearance 2 even though the infection has not spread, it is unclean. You must burn it up in the fire. It is a fungus, whether on the back side or front side of the article. 3
If 1 it is spreading further 2 on the skin, then the priest is to pronounce him unclean. 3 It is an infection.
“When a man or a woman has an infection on the head or in the beard, 1
he is a diseased man. He is unclean. The priest must surely pronounce him unclean because of his infection on his head. 1
“When a garment has a diseased infection in it, 1 whether a wool or linen garment, 2
the priest is to command that they wash whatever has the infection and quarantine it for another seven days. 1
This is the law of the one in whom there is a diseased infection, 1 who does not have sufficient means for his purification.” 2
then whoever owns the house 1 must come and declare to the priest, ‘Something like an infection is visible to me in the house.’