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Hepatitis B Vaccine Mandates for Child Care and K-12

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An empty box in this table indicates a "NO" answer
State Hep B childhood vaccination mandate? HepB childcare mandate (year took effect) Hep B elementary school mandate (year took effect) HepB secondary school mandate (year took effect)
Alabama            
Alaska yes 2001 2001 2001
Arizona yes 1997 1997 2000
Arkansas yes 2000 2000 2000
California yes 1997 1997 1999
Colorado yes 1997 1997 1997
Connecticut yes 1995 1996 2000
Delaware yes 1999 1999 1999
Dist of Columbia yes 1997 1997 prog 1997 prog
Florida yes yes 1998 prog 1997 prog
Georgia yes 1997 1997   
Hawaii yes 1998 1998 7/2002
Idaho yes 1995 1995 children born after
11/22/1991
Illinois yes 1997 1997 prog 1997 prog
Indiana yes    1999 6/2005
Iowa yes    1999 yes
Kansas yes 9/2009 9/2004 SY 2009-10
Kentucky yes 1998 1998 2001
Louisiana yes 1998 1998 SY 2009-10
Maine yes 11/2002      
Maryland yes 2000 2001 prog  2007 prog
Massachusetts yes 1993 1996 1999 prog
Michigan yes 1997 2001 9/2002
Minnesota yes 9/2014 2000 2001
Mississippi yes yes 1999 yes
Missouri yes 1995 1997 1999
Montana yes 6/2018      
Nebraska yes 2/2004 1999 prog 2000 prog
Nevada yes 10/2007 7/2002    
New Hampshire yes 1996 children born after
1/1/93
children born after
1/1/1993
New Jersey yes    2001 2004
New Mexico yes 2000 9/2002 1999
New York yes 1995 1998 2000
North Carolina yes 1994 1999 9/2005
North Dakota yes    SY 2000-01 prog yes
Ohio yes 1999 1999 2006
Oklahoma yes 1999 1998 prog 1997 prog
Oregon yes 1998 1998 2000
Pennsylvania yes 1994 1997 2002
Rhode Island yes 1998 1999 2000
South Carolina yes 1994 1998 1998
South Dakota            
Tennessee yes 1999 1999 7/2002
Texas yes 1998 1998 2000
Utah yes 7/2008 1999 prog yes
Vermont yes 3/2011 8/2008 1999
Virginia yes 1994 1994 2001
Washington yes 1997 prog 1997 prog 7/2008
West Virginia yes 2000 2008   
Wisconsin yes 1997 1997 1997
Wyoming yes 1999 1999 1998
Signifies a "progressive" law in which each new school year another successive grade becomes covered by the law (e.g., 7th grade in 2000, 7th and 8th grade in 2001).
If you have updated information concerning this table, please call (651) 647-9009 or email admin@immunize.org  This table was compiled by the Immunization Action Coalition using information provided by state health departments.
This page was updated on November 30, 2019.
This page was reviewed on November 30, 2019.
 
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