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New Vaccine Rules Require Shots for School Kids

Posted by wicked blu Tuesday, September 21, 2010


Under new Wyoming Department of Health rules, parents need to provide proof that their school children received required immunizations within the first 30 days after school begins.

Students who have not turned in an immunization record or are not up-to-date on their immunizations will not be allowed to attend school. Students in the process of completing an immunization series may continue to attend school.

Wyoming does offer limited medical and religious exemptions from the state's immunization rules. Should a disease outbreak occur in a school, students with religious or medical immunization exemptions will not be able to go to school until the outbreak is over. If a student has had chickenpox, parents, guardians, school nurses or physicians may sign a verification statement for the student's school record.

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