RE: the hep B shot.
There is a federal OSHA form to exempt and refuse the hep B shot.
If you read the OSHA instructions, employees are still required to use sterile protocol and required to report any needle pricks and be observed and treated, whether or not they are vaccinated with the Hep B shot, so what does the shot protect against if so much protection and follow up is needed?
One cannot be discriminated against for their use of this form. It is in the OSHA law. Yet, I am sure there are those who can and will make life miserable for those who do; I have seen it done.
There is no evidence that being unvaccinated makes a person a carrier of any disease they do not have. How can you give a person a disease that you do not have or are not carrying?
If you are vaccinated, how do you know you have any protection against the disease you are vaccinated against? How many people bother to get titre counts?
However, there is plenty of evidence that live virus vaccines, MMR, Varicella, Yellow Fever, Flu, and the aP portion of the DTaP shot make the receiver of the vaccine a carrier, spreader, and sharer of the disease for as long as 2-40 days; it is called shedding viruses, except in the case of the aP. Doctors generally do not look for that cause, but it is easier to blame a non-vaxer for your disease.
Because the pertussis vaccines, the wP, documented since the 1940s to be neurologically toxic and the aP being so ineffective, there is currently a new and improved pertussis vaccine in the works - a live bacterial vaccine that will go up the nose like the Flumist. I guarantee that will be a sharing experience for all involved.