Join Date: Apr 2007
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
The Official Code of Georgia provides for only two types of exemptions from immunization requirements:
1) Medical: Medical exemption for a vaccine should be filled in only when there is a physical disability or condition that contraindicates immunization for that particular vaccine. There must be an annual review of medical exemptions, and certificates must be reissued with or without indication of exemption.
2) Religious: For a child to be exempt from immunizations on religious grounds, the parent or guardian must furnish the school/facility with a notarized affidavit stating that immunization conflicts with his or her religious beliefs. There is no standard form for Religious Exemption. The school/facility must keep the affidavit on file and available for inspection by health officials in lieu of an Immunization Certificate.
Affidavits denoting religious exemption do not expire. O.C.G.A. §20-2-771(e).
|40 members and 19,300 guests|
|a-sorta-fairytale , Anne Jividen , bananabee , cxsandoval , DahliaRW , Dear_Rosemary , Deborah , fange , hillymum , ishereal , japonica , joandsarah77 , katelove , Katherine73 , kytheria , lisak1234 , mamasings , MeanVeggie , Michelle Freschi , MomofLath , moominmamma , moroccn03 , MylittleTiger , newmamalizzy , rahulkumar123 , rubelin , sarrahlnorris , SchoolmarmDE , shantimama , sharere71 , sren , stephaniepifer , Xerxella , zjande|
|Most users ever online was 449,755, 06-25-2014 at 12:21 PM.|