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Section 9 – The Vaccination Act, 1880

The Vaccination Act, 1880

 

Section 9. Unprotected children to be vaccinated

 

When any unprotected child, having attained the age of 6 months, has resided for a period of one month during the vaccination season in any local area to which the provisions of this Act apply, and has not at the expiration of such period attained the age, if a boy, of fourteen years, and if a girl, of eight years, the parent or guardian of such child shall take it, or cause it to be taken, to a vaccinator to be vaccinated, or send for a vaccinator to vaccinate it.

 

Vaccinator to vaccinate children, or deliver certificates of postponement

 

Such vaccinator shall vaccinate the child and deliver to its parent or guardian a memorandum stating the date on which the vaccination has been performed and the date on which the child is to be inspected in order to ascertain the result of the operation, or shall, if he finds such child in a State unfit for vaccination, deliver to its parent or guardian, a certificate under his hand to the effect that the child is in a state unfit for vaccination for the whole or party of the current vaccination season

 

 

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