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38-136.Immunization of minor children; written delegation of consent by parent. (a) Subject to the provisions of this section, a parent may delegate in writing the parent's authority to consent to the immunization of a minor to any of the following individuals, not in order of priority:

(1) A grandparent by birth or adoption;

(2) an adult brother or sister or half brother or half sister, by birth or adoption;

(3) an adult aunt or uncle by birth or adoption;

(4) a stepparent; or

(5) another adult who has care and control of the minor.

(b) A grandparent, brother or sister, aunt or uncle or stepparent of a minor who is the primary caregiver of a minor and who may consent to the immunization of the minor under subsection (a) may delegate in writing the authority to consent to immunization of the minor to another person listed in subsection (a).

(c) A health care provider may rely on a notarized document from another state, territory or country that contains substantially the same information as is required in any immunization consent rules and regulations of the department of health and environment if the document is presented for consent by a person listed in subsection (a).

(d) A person who consents to immunization of a minor under this act shall provide the health care provider with sufficient and accurate health information about the minor for whom the consent is given and, if necessary, sufficient and accurate health information about the minor's family to enable the person providing the consent and the health care provider to determine adequately the risks and benefits inherent in the proposed immunization and determine whether the immunization is advisable.

History: L. 1995, ch. 183, § 3; July 1.



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