My brain is just having problems wading through all of the information out there. From what I understand, if my child is to enter any childcare facility in Illinois, I need to have proof that I'm following the recommend vaccination schedule for them. The religious exemption would be an all-or-nothing kind of thing, not really covering a delayed schedule. But I did see one part of the law that stated this:
"A child or student shall be considered to be in compliance with the law if there is evidence of the intent to comply."
Am I reading it correctly that if I can find a physician willing to provide such evidence (a letter), I can get by with a delayed schedule?
(Yes, I'm thinking and planning ahead. The child won't even be here until November and hopefully not in any kind of childcare facility until at least 6mo of age.)