The Pennsylvania state law requires that you must have a record of vaccination OR a completed exemption form in order for your child to enter into the public school system.

An exemption can be for medical reasons, such as your child has poor health and a compromised immune system and vaccinating would further endanger your child's health.  If your child has had a bad reaction to previous vaccines, you can also use this exemption.  This exemption must be accompanied by a letter from your medical doctor.  

You may also have a religious exemption.  It is NOT required that your religion specifically speak against artificial immunity, i.e. vaccines.  You can have a strong ethical and philosophical belief that resembles a religious conviction to choose this exemption.

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You have a choice to make.  Make an informed decision.  Get all the facts.  Ask these questions before you choose to vaccinate.   

Is my child sick right now?

Has my child had a bad reaction to a vaccination before?

Does my child have a personal or family history of:

  • Vaccine reactions
  • convulsions or neurological disorders
  • severe allergies
  • immune system disorders

Do I know if my child is at high risk of reacting?

Do I know how to identify a vaccine reaction?

Do I know how to report a vaccine reaction?

Do I know the vaccine manufacturer's name and lot number?

Do I know I have a choice?

Be sure to ask your doctor for thimerosal (mercury) free vaccinations. 

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