The state began requiring immunizations for all 6yearolds in 2013, but had delayed the start of second vaccinations until January, 2015 and then all of them at once in February.

The state began requiring immunizations for all 6-year-olds in 2013, but had delayed the start of second vaccinations until January, 2015 and then all of them at once in February.

As part of a new law, which now takes effect, 6 year-olds, beginning in August, must be vaccinated with one of the following vaccines: MMR3 (measles, mumps, rubella)

MMR4 (measles, mumps; varicella)

DTaP (measles, mumps and rubella)

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After a 15-month vaccination series in grade 2, a student is deemed immunized with MMR if, for 12 years, he or she has had an effective immune response to the first dose of MMR (measles, mumps, rubella). After three months of unvaccinated status, a student is considered to be vaccinated if, during Grade 2, he or she has had three doses of MMR (MMR3 or MMR4). Grade 3 includes the end of the vaccination series and includes three doses of MMR (MMR3 or MMR4).

A student is considered to be unvaccinated if, at any time during Grade 1 or 2, without protective status granted by the child’s parent/guardian, the child received unlicensed vaccine containing a live virus, bacterium, fungus, or microorganism (except for the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine, which shall not be considered a live virus vaccine). For students who were born in Canada, any school-based vaccination is considered unvaccinated. If the date of the student’s birth is 20 months prior to vaccination, a birth certificate will be presented to the health authority containing the year of birth indicating the date of vaccination. If the year of residence is in a foreign country

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