We are currently living in NYC but considering a move to northern NJ. Our unvaccinated child is not in school yet but in a couple of years will be. I am wondering if it is more difficult to get an exemption in NYC than in NJ? I have heard that NY state is very strict in general, but don't know much about Jersey and am just starting to research this.
Thanks for any advice or information about this.
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