Ore. law aims to reduce nonmedical waivers for vaccinations

02/25/2014 | Oregonian (Portland), The

A new law taking effect March 1 will require parents in Oregon to consult their family physician or another health care professional or watch a one-hour online video before they can qualify for a nonmedical waiver for vaccinations for their children. The state leads the nation in the percentage of children starting school with nonmedical waivers for one or more vaccinations.

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