Vaccination Laws by State
With over $3.6 Billion Dollars in vaccine injuries, including death, more and more parents are questioning how to opt out of vaccines. Many have been mislead to believe that their children can not attend daycare centers or public schools without them while others feel bullied and pressured into vaccinating their kids.
The truth is that almost all states allow some type of exemption. There are three types of exemptions:
- Philosophical or Personal Beliefs
- Religious Beliefs
All 50 states allow medical exemptions. A medical exemption is allowed when a child has a medical condition that prevents them from receiving a vaccine. Check with your individual state for specific medical exemption lists. Also keep in mind the vaccine ingredients as most of them contain the top allergens of eggs, yeast, soy and dairy. A Delayed Food Allergy blood test can detect these. This type of test is called an IgG allergy test.
Philosophical or personal beliefs allow parents to forgo vaccinating their children from the school vaccine requirement if it contradicts their own personal parental beliefs.
Vaccines contain aborted baby cells MRC-5 and WI-38. Many people, especially those practicing religion, disagree with abortion. A religious exemption allows these individuals to opt out of vaccination.
In addition to the ethical standpoint of aborted baby cells, introducing another human’s DNA into our own body could pose genetic mutations within us. The same principal applies to the animal cells present in vaccines such as dog cells, monkey cells, pig cells, guinea pig cells, chicken cells and cow cells. See Vaccine Ingredients and Side Effects for more information.
Below is an example of a religious exemption form for my state of residence. It requires the parent and child’s name, address, and phone number along with the parent/guardian’s signature. Please see links below to find your specific state requirements.
NORTH CAROLINA IMMUNIZATION LAW RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL STATUTE 130A-157
SECTION 130A-157. Religious exemption. – If the bona fide religious beliefs of an adult or the parent, guardian or person in loco parentis of a child are contrary to the immunization requirements contained in this Part [Chapter 130A, Article 6, Part B], the adult or the child shall be exempt from the requirements. Upon submission of a written statement of the bona fide religious beliefs and opposition to the immunization requirements, the person may attend the college,university, school or facility without presenting a certificate of immunization.
Pursuant to the aforementioned N.C.G.S. 130A-157, I, the undersigned, declare the immunization requirements as set forth in N.C.G.S. 130A-152 contrary to my bona fide religious beliefs and request, as permitted by the law, an exemption from the immunization requirements of your institution for myself or the undersigned minor child under my legal care or guardianship.I hereby release your institution, _______________________, its owners, staff, or representatives, from any liability based on health impairment resulting as a direct consequence of this exemption.