Monday, February 9, 2015

States With Religious and Philosophical Exemptions From School Immunization Requirements

Via LH

United States map of State Non-medical exemptions from school immunization requirements, 2015

All 50 states have legislation requiring specified vaccines for students.  Although exemptions vary from state to state, all school immunization laws grant exemptions to children for medical reasons. Almost all states grant religious exemptions for people who have religious beliefs against immunizations. Twenty states allow philosophical exemptions for those who object to immunizations because of personal, moral or other beliefs.

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  1. according to the cdc...from 2004 to 2014 there were 0 (zero, none, nada) deaths from measles. from 2004 to 2004, again according to cdc, there were over 100 deaths caused by the measles vaccine.
    if you chose to vaccinate your child with the MMR vaccine, the current measles outbreak should be a non-story, as your child is probably immune, and you have no worries.

    so explain to me why you are imposing your will on me by forcing me to place my child at risk by requiring me to have him vaccinated??
    also explain to me why I must use a vaccine that was made with stem cells derived from aborted fetuses??
    also explain to me why you are up in arms about several hundred kids getting measles and you care not one bit about the 63,000 children in New Your City which will this year never be born because they were aborted.

  2. But in every state, you can get out of them if you just say you are alergic to them. No proof required because proving it is life-threatening.

    Whenever you deal with the government (fed, state, local, school district, post office), your first instinct should be to lie to them.