MCLA § 333.9215 is entitled "EXEMPTIONS":
(1) A child is exempt from the requirements of this part as to a specific immunization for any
period of time as to which a physician certifies that a specific immunization is or may be
detrimental to the child's health and is not appropriate;
(2) A child is exempt from this part if a parent, guardian in loco parentis of a child presents a
written statement to the administrator of the child's school or operator of the group program
to the effect that the requirements of this part cannot be met because of RELIGIOUS CONVICTIONS OR OTHER OBJECTIONS TO IMMUNIZATIONS.
The term OR OTHER OBJECTION TO IMMUNIZATION means that you as an individual or parent have the
right to choose whether or not to vaccinate your child. The statute does not require you to disclose what other
objection to immunization is. As with any medical decision, the decision to vaccinate or not is a right of the
individual or parent. The State of Michigan, your doctor and public health employees cannot force you or your
child to be vaccinated. Your child cannot be excluded from a school or public program because you have exercised
your right not to vaccinate.