If it's the latter, how do you go about school when the time comes? Say you only do a couple of the required ones, do you end up getting an exemption when the time comes for entry to school? I live in Pennsylvania, so I know that they only have a medical and religious exemption.
I don't know, I don't even know if I'm asking this question right. : I have quite a few years left to worry about school, so I am just wondering what everyone does now; I'm just trying to understand.
Say, for example, I tell the dr I don't want to give dd her chicken pox and I decide that I no longer want to give dd the prevnar and Hib vaccine (these are not required in my state for Kindergarten). Would I just get an exemption at that time? Wouldn't the govt wonder what was up?
I hope I'm making some sense, b/c I'm starting to confuse myself.
Thanks for any explanation you can give!!
Jessica, mom to 3 little ladies and twins who can't figure out where her avatar came from.
not sure how the exemptions are handled in this case.
My family: me , dh , ds (11), dd1 (9), and dd2 (3).
Tout va s'arranger à la fin. Si elle ne fonctionne pas; ce n'est pas la fin.
we ended up not vaxing for anything. It was truly the best choice for us.
I wish you luck and if you need more research sources, maybe my thread will help
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