All too often parents hear the term "school shots" and assume that in order for their child to attend school, shots must be gotten. While it is true that some shots are being mandated in several states, other students in other states still have access to exemptions. But information about exemptions is often left out.
Twice in the last week FB friends have shared vaccine information specific to their state - to include that parents have the right to opt out of those so-called "school shots". I've written about them before, too, and wanted to share some of the information I've learned here today. One of those articles is posted below.
If you have questions about your state's current vaccine exemptions and how to use them, ask your school admin for more information. If they don't know or if they cannot provide accurate information, show them what the law states (t). If you want to take it a step further, which is what I've done personally in the past, ask the school staff why they are only citing a portion of the law and not the law in its entirety. I'd be curious of what kind of responses you get.