Exemptions in Nevada
Nevada currently has a medical and a religious exemption. There are no Prescribed Forms to fill out. For the Religious Exemption, you simply need to write a letter sighting the NRS and stating you are exercising your right to said exemption. Your child’s name, the date and your signature are all you need. Your school may ask for the name of the school to be on there, which is ok, but they are not supposed to require any more information.
Religious Exemption for Public/Private school:
NRS 392.437 /
For Medical Exemptions, you simply need a letter from your doctor or nurse practitioner stating that your child is exempt from vaccination. The practitioner needs to sign it.
Medical Exemption for Public/Private school:
NRS 392.439 /
Lack of access
HFN is working to improve access to doctors who understand vaccine exemptions and support families rights to these exemptions. Please Contact Us with any issue, questions or concerns you have regarding access to care. We want to hear your story
Policy and Legislation
Covid-19 has created many concerns for Health Freedom. From the over reach of government and loss of liberties, to the fast-tracking of the vaccine, HFN is working to voice and advocate for Nevadans to secure our freedoms. We need your help! Use out letter templates below to send to your legislators to let them know of your concerns and that you will not stand for continued over-reach.
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