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Subject: Idaho Daycare Requirements
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2001 20:33:33 -0800

I have been told that it is difficult to find a licensed daycare in Idaho that accepts unvaccinated children. How about bringing a copy of the following LAW to the daycare provider along with a signed statement like the one we provide our members? The law in this state supports our right to medical freedom of choice if we would only use it.        Ingri

Idaho Statutes

                                 TITLE  39
                             HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                CHAPTER 11
                          BASIC DAY CARE LICENSE
 39-1118.  IMMUNIZATION REQUIRED. (1) Within fourteen (14) days of a
child's initial attendance at any licensed day care facility, the parent 
or guardian shall provide a statement to the operator of the day care 
facility regarding the child's immunity to certain childhood diseases. This
statement shall provide a certificate signed by a physician or a
representative of a health district, that the child has received, or is 
in the process of receiving immunizations as specified by the board of 
health and welfare; or can effectively demonstrate, through verification in a 
form approved by the department of health and welfare, immunity gained 
through prior contraction of the disease.

 Immunizations required and the manner and frequency of their
administration shall be as prescribed by the state board of health and
welfare and shall conform to recognized standard medical practices in 
the state. The state board of health and welfare shall promulgate 
appropriate rules and regulations for the enforcement of the required immunization
program and specify reporting requirements of day care centers, pursuant 
to the provisions of chapter 52, title 67, Idaho Code.

 (2)  Any minor child whose parent or guardian has submitted to 
officials of a licensed day care facility a certificate signed by a physician
licensed by the state board of medicine stating that the physical condition 
of the child is such that all or any of the required immunizations  would
endanger the life or health of the child shall be exempt from the
provisions of this section. Any minor child whose parent or guardian has
submitted a signed statement to officials of the day care facility stating
their objections on religious or other grounds shall be exempt from the
provisions of this section.

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