"Enroll" in a child care facility or school means to begin attending the child care facility or school. The first day that a child begins attending the facility or school is the day that the child enrolls in the facility or school.
"Medically acceptable standards" means immunization recommendations promulgated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.
"Pneumococcal vaccine" means the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine licensed for vaccination of children from two months to five years of age.
"Provider" means a licensed physician, registered physician assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse, as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section 148.171, subdivision 3.
Under authority of Minnesota Statutes, section 121A.15, subdivision 12, "school-based early childhood program" means a program that provides services to children from birth to the start of kindergarten in a classroom setting. Whether in a school building or not, the program meets at least once a week for six weeks or more during the year with the purpose of providing instructional or other services to support children's learning and development. It does not include drop-in playtime provided through a school-based early childhood program in a school or classroom setting.
"Varicella disease" means the chicken pox disease.
"Varicella vaccine" means the product used to vaccinate persons against the chicken pox disease.
28 SR 396; 38 SR 557
November 18, 2013