Parents enrolling chüaren for the first t'me in the Ann Arbor Public Schools are reminded of the state law requiring the immunization of t h e i r children against certain communicable diseases. School officials say that parents must submit a statement signed by a physician that their children have been immunized or protected against smallpox, diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, mumps, pertussis measles and poliomyelitis, and tuberculin-tested to determine the presence of infection from tuberculosis. Parents with religious objections to immunization muse submit a signed statement to the effect that their child has not been immunized and tuberculintested because of religious convictions.
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