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MenACWY Vaccine Mandates for Elementary and Secondary Schools

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State If mandate, for whom is single dose required? Booster required? Implementation date
Alabama      
Alaska      
Arizona Gr 6 if age >11 yrs   SY 2008-09
Arkansas Gr 7 Age 16 yrs SY 2014–15
California      
Colorado      
Connecticut Gr 7   August 2011
Delaware Gr 9   SY 2016–17
Dist. of Columbia Age >11 yrs & enrolling in Gr 6--12   SY 2009-10
Florida      
Georgia DOB >1/1/02 & in Gr 7; new enrollees Gr 8-12    SY 2014-15
  Gr 11** 7/1/2021
Hawaii New enrollees: Gr 7-12   7/1/2020
Idaho Gr 7   SY 2011-12
Illinois Gr 6 Gr 12* SY 2015-16
Indiana Gr 6-11   SY 2014-15
  Gr 12* SY 2014-15
Iowa DOB>9/15/2004 & in Gr 7–12 DOB>9/15/99 & in Gr 12*  SY 2017-18
Kansas Gr 7†, Gr 11 Gr 11* SY 2019-20
Kentucky Age 11-15 >16 yrs 7/1/2018
Louisiana Gr 6   SY 2009-10
  Gr 11*  7/1/2019
Maine Gr 7 Gr 12* SY 2018-19
Maryland Gr 7   Sept 2014
Massachusetts Newly enrolled full-time residential students   Aug 2005
Michigan Gr 7   January 2010
Minnesota Gr 7  Age-appropriate SY 2014-15
Mississippi      
Missouri Gr 8 Gr 12* SY 2015–16
Montana      
Nebraska      
Nevada Gr 7   SY 2017-18
New Hampshire      
New Jersey DOB >1/1/97 & in Gr 6   Sept 2008
New Mexico Gr 7   SY 2019-20
New York Gr 7† and 12   Sept 2016
  Gr 12* SY 2017-18
North Carolina Gr 7   7/1/2015
  Gr 12* 7/1/2020
North Dakota Gr 7-10 Gr 11-12 SY 2018-19
Ohio Gr 7 Gr 12* SY 2016-17
Oklahoma       
Oregon      
Pennsylvania Gr 7   SY 2011-12
  Gr 12* SY 2017-18
Rhode Island Gr 7 Gr 12* Aug 2009
South Carolina      
South Dakota Gr 6 if age >11 yrs; transfer students in Gr 6–12     SY 2016–17
Tennessee      
Texas Gr 7   SY 2009-10
Utah Gr 7   SY 2015-16
Vermont Gr 7–12 in residential schools   8/2008
Virginia      
Washington      
West Virginia Gr 7, 12 Gr 12* SY 2012-13
Wisconsin      
Wyoming      
* Booster dose required if previous dose given before age 16 years
** Georgia requirements apply to new entrants and transfer students only
Signifies progressive implementation in successive grades (e.g., Gr 7 in 2011-12, Gr 7-8 in 2012-13, Gr 7-12 in 2016-17).
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 June 8, 2020.
This page was reviewed on November 30, 2019.
 
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