Terri Fox, head nurse at Sacramento City Unified, discusses on Feb. 5, 2016 how the district will provide services to unvaccinated special education students. A fiercely contested state law eliminates personal belief exemptions for parents who oppose vaccines, but California’s new rules may not apply to special education students at some schools. Loretta Kalb The Sacramento Bee
Terri Fox, head nurse at Sacramento City Unified, discusses on Feb. 5, 2016 how the district will provide services to unvaccinated special education students. A fiercely contested state law eliminates personal belief exemptions for parents who oppose vaccines, but California’s new rules may not apply to special education students at some schools. Loretta Kalb The Sacramento Bee
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June 30, 2016 4:46 PM

California’s new child vaccination rule takes effect

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