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State Vaccination Requirements

State Vaccination Requirements

  • State Immunization Laws Database This tool contains results from a 50-state legislative review of laws requiring assessment of vaccination status and vaccine administration for healthcare workers and patients/residents. The review was conducted by CDC in 2005 and collected data on laws for the following types of facilities: hospitals, ambulatory care facilities, individual providers' practices, correctional facilities, and facilities for the developmentally disabled.
  • Childcare and School Immunization Requirements for 2005-2006 Adobe Acrobat print-friendly PDF file "reflects state laws, regulations, or rule making that impose vaccination requirements for enrollment and/or attendance in day care, Head Start, kindergarten, grades 1 through 12, colleges, and universities." (39 pages - .pdf file)

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This page last modified on August 16, 2007
Content last reviewed on May 7, 2007
Content Source: National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases

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