For Child Care Providers
As a child care provider, you must ensure that the children in your care have gotten certain vaccines or have filed appropriate exemptions. Here are some resources to help you.
|The documents below reflect the current laws for the 2013-14 school year. The rule revisions that will begin September 1, 2014 can be found here: Minnesota Immunization Rule Revisions.|
- Minnesota's Child
Care and School Immunization Laws
Read the immunization statutes that apply to child care and download brochures about what shots kids need for child care.
- What About Shots for School and Childcare if Your Child has Already had Chickenpox?
Starting in the fall of 2010, there is a change in how you need to document that your child has had chickenpox.
- MIIC and Child Care Resources
A list of resources for child care providers that contain information about the Minnesota Immunization Information Connection (MIIC) immunization registry.
- Who Needs
Immunizations and When?
Vaccination schedules for children and adults.
- Keeping Track of Immunizations
Paper and electronic tools for keeping track of a child's immunization history for child care and school.
- Reliable Sources
of Immunization Information
List of web sites, publications, videos, and phone numbers. Includes PDF version for printing.
- Vaccine Safety
Comprehensive and up-to-date information about childhood vaccines and the diseases they prevent.