Reserve Health Readiness Program Immunization Exemption Guidance Vaccination programs are an important part of military public health and deployment readiness. However, sometimes a particular vaccination is not indicated for an individual to receive. There are 2 main types of exemptions from immunizations: medical and administrative. A medical exemption is a function that can only be validated by a health care professional. Where can I get more information?
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Immunization Exemption Guidance