All fifty states allow doctors to write medical exemptions to state mandates to getting vaccines for school or daycare.
While medical exemptions should be very clear cut, they seem to generate controversy, just like personal belief and religious exemptions.
In the real world, there should be very few reasons to get a medical exemption for vaccines. They should mostly include the vaccine contraindications and precautions that are listed for each vaccine.
They typically wouldn’t include having undergone MTHFR genetic testing, having a history of eczema, or a cousin with autism, etc.
For more information:
- School Exemption Laws by State
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- Why Is There a Religious Exemption for Vaccinations? Almost No Religions Object to Them.
- Exemption Abuse – Too many kindergarteners aren’t getting vaccinated.
- Religious exemptions for vaccination – abuse and reform
- When healing turns into killing: religious and philosophical exemptions from parental accountability
- The problem of nonmedical exemptions to school vaccine mandates
- Do parents misuse religious exemptions to excuse kids from vaccines?
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