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Type in the name of your school to see how many kindergartners in 2016 got a waiver from state requirement they receive vaccinations for measles, pertussis, polio, mumps, rubella, hepatitis B, chicken pox, diphtheria and tetanus. To get more details, including how it compares to 2014, click on the school's name after it appears.
Across the state, far fewer got the waiver after the state made parents talk with health care professionals before opting out. Two legislators have proposed new rules that would eliminate the need to talk with health officials prior to gaining the waiver.
|% with waivers||5.3%||3.6%|
|% with waivers||4.9%||3.3%|
|% with waivers||10%||7.5%|