Exemption information for each state is provided below. You can access your state’s vaccine policies and laws by clicking your state on the map or by locating your state in the text links below.
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Reforming Vaccine Policy & Law: A Guide
is an illustrated 55-page guide published in 2014 by NVIC that gives an overview of why vaccine safety and informed consent protections should be secured in all U.S. vaccine policies and laws. This unique information and vaccine choice advocacy resource helps you educate your friends, family, legislators and community leaders about vaccine science, policy. Download your copy today
Be sure to visit our Vaccine Law page
, which provides a summary of state vaccine laws and exemptions available in different states, including which states require the signature of a medical doctor or other state-designated health care worker in order to file a non-medical exemption. States with an asterisk next to them are states that have enacted recent restrictions to exemption laws.
* Recent exemption law changes to take effect.
Visit our Ask 8 Vaccine Information Kiosk for referenced information and a variety of educational materials. We even have downloadable brochures and posters!
The information contained on NVIC's web pages is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be medical or legal advice. Those seeking medical or legal advice should obtain the services of a competent attorney, physician or qualified health care professional. Although NVIC continually updates our website, state laws and rules change frequently and consumers are ultimately responsible for verifying their state's vaccination and exemption laws and requirements.