States mandating hpv
Still, Schwartz remains hopeful that school entry requirements could help boost HPV vaccination rates in this country, and that’s partly because of the law that will go into practice in Rhode Island this coming school year. C., the Rhode Island legislature doesn’t allow for any additional exemptions specific to the HPV vaccine.
The Rhode Island requirement also includes boys, which the other two states don’t.
State laws also establish mechanisms for enforcement of school vaccination requirements and exemptions.
Studies have shown that vaccine exemptions tend to cluster geographically, making some communities at greater risk for outbreaks (Wang et al; Lieu et al; other clustering references).
And HPV vaccine can and should be, in the opinion of the public health community, administered at the same time,” he said. have received the first dose of the three than have received the full series, although at 57 percent of girls and 35 percent of boys 13 to 17 years old, that rate is still not at the target 80 percent. an estimated billion every year in screening, prevention and treatment costs.
State laws establish vaccination requirements for school children." TUESDAY, July 14, 2015 (Health Day News) -- Almost a decade after the HPV vaccine was first recommended for girls, only two U. But that drew opposition from wary parents and even public health experts, who said it was too soon for mandates.