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Pennsylvania Statutes Title 35 P.S. Health and Safety § 632.5. Employee immunization

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(a) Notice to employees.--Every facility shall notify every employee of the immunization requirements of this act and request that the employee agree to be immunized against influenza virus.

(b) Records and immunizations.--The facility shall require documentation of annual immunization against influenza virus for each employee, which includes written evidence from a health care provider indicating the date and location the vaccine was administered.  These documents shall be maintained by the facility for not less than 18 months.  Upon finding that an employee is lacking such immunization or the facility or individual is unable to provide documentation that the individual has received the appropriate immunization, the facility shall make available the immunization.  The immunization and documentation shall take place in a manner consistent with the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

(c) Immunization authorized.--Nothing in this section shall prohibit the immunization against pneumococcal disease to employees.

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