So, I am just saying that even if you have had some shots already, you can still have a change of heart and use the religious waiver.
Now the public schools might be a bit tougher, but even then I think you can stand your ground. Religious beliefs are personal and can change. There is no need to justify them to anyone.
After claiming you can no longer vax if you do then make 100% sure they cant find out through a registry because you will loose the exemption if you are found out.
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Religious exemption: For a child to be exempt from immunization on religious grounds, the parent or guardian must furnish the school with a notarized statement and it must meet the following criteria: (A) State that their religious beliefs conflict with immunization requirements; (B) the statement must be signed and dated by the parent/guardian; (C) The statement must be notarized, dated, and signed by a Notary Public; (D) The statement should be submitted to the school in lieu of an immunization certificate (form 3231); (E) The statement does not expire.
that's from ga dept of ed
you can find random forms on the net or make your own. you are not required to specify your religion. you do have to have it notarized. it doesn't matter whether you've had any, you can selectively vax based upon religious beliefs.
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Hello, I also was looking for the vaccination exception form. I was on this site IPC-Form-3258-Imm-Guidelines.pdf. I called the