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Texas vaccination exemption information

TAS (click on “Student Assistance Program”). You can find your school that you are enrolled in under the “Select Your School” tab in the top right of the page, which looks like a list of schools by name. I created this form for a public junior college because I want to be able to keep it on file for future reference. Once you have created the form, you just enter your student ID number (it cannot be your SSN), and sign it. You can print it, fill it out, and send it to the school with your confirmation. They would then email the signed form to you.  Now it's back to the future! Here are some things to consider, though. First, I do agree that getting a waiver is a good idea, but you have to do your part to keep yourself from getting in trouble with the school and/or.

Texas immunization laws, requirements, and exemptions

The exemption statements must be read aloud to the vaccine recipient. The vaccine recipient need not see or hear the vaccine statement, but the individual may request that the statement be read in the presence of a parent, grandparent, legal guardian or other responsible adult. In addition, the individual who is vaccinated may have a parent or legal guardian sign the statement for the adult being vaccinated.    The law  Requires those providing their consent to the vaccine, or those receiving it, to sign the statement.  Requires that the statements be kept and made available for inspection by public officials for four years. Establishes a 10,000 fine for a violation of state or federal law. Favors the  exemption statement  as the sole form of vaccination exemption, over the medical  exemption statement. Makes it criminal to provide a signed medical  exemption statement if the vaccine is required as a preventative measure.

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This list is NOT comprehensive! You can always find additional information about your individual state on the websites of the websites for your state legislature and the State of Texas. You can also find information at the CDC and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.