On Sunday, March 28, a new bill became law in Kentucky, despite no signature from Governor Beshear, that creates much broader exemptions from mandatory vaccinations. Senate Bill 8 states, in part, that vaccines mandated in the event of an epidemic shall not include:
“The immunization of any child whose parents or guardians are opposed to medical immunization against disease and who object by a written sworn statement to the immunization based on religious grounds or conscientiously held beliefs; or the immunization of any emancipated minor or adult who is opposed to medical immunization against disease, and who objects by a written sworn statement to the immunization based on religious grounds or conscientiously held beliefs.”
The bill also requires the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to “[d]evelop and make… a standardized form relating to exemptions…; and accept a completed standardized form when submitted.”
Read the entire bill text here: https://apps.legislature.ky.gov/recorddocuments/bill/21RS/sb8/bill.pdf
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