How to use a vaccine exemption.
Indiana offers legal exemptions for the following:
- Day cares and preschools
- K-12 students (exemption from testing, examination, immunization, or treatment)
- Higher Education Students (exemption from testing, examination, immunization, or treatment)
- Certain healthcare workers, in specified settings.
You can also watch an educational video about religious exemptions by registering here.
With all things COVID, we have seen an increase in vaccine mandates. We want to make sure you have the most up to date information possible. This year we witnessed as the flu vaccine was mandate outside of the health care field and religious exemptions were challenged. Employers asking for "proof" of how an individual's religion prevented them from getting a vaccine. According to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 an individual may not be discriminated against for religious beliefs. Again, this is ignored so we must stand up against this. We have no choice but to bring light to the issue and demand appropriate recourse. If your employer is mandating the vaccine please be sure to check out our page here, we will be continuously updating this for your use. You may choose to use the general Religious Exemption form or the Biblical Religious Exemption form. The Biblical Religious form cites the Indiana State Constitution and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It also includes bible verses to support the religious exemption.
Below you will find the available exemption forms, we will keep this page updated for your convenience.