Mississippi Parents For Vaccine Rights | PO Box 141 | Pelahatchie | 39145

What We Do

MPVR’s mission is to raise awareness and educate citizens and lawmakers regarding the basic human right to informed voluntary consent in vaccine risk-taking. Mississippi has the most oppressive childhood vaccine laws in the country which violate the civil rights of conscience and religion. 48 other healthier states have given parents options in vaccine decision making for decades, since vaccine mandates began. Mississippi bureaucracy is proud of our track record, always being first in the nation in vaccine coverage rates. They achieve this by imposing extreme draconian vaccine laws and policies on our families. This causes great hardship on many Mississippians, forcing them to leave the workforce to stay home with their children, or worse, to uproot from generations of family and leave the state. We are both outraged and ashamed at the bureaucratic abuse of Mississippi families. If you are interested in helping further this cause, please join Mississippi Parents for Vaccine Rights today.

About Mississippi’s Vaccine Laws

Mississippi only offers a difficult to obtain medical exemption. Other states, including all of our bordering states, offer both medical and non-medical exemptions to the vaccine schedule. Mississippi children are quite possibly the most heavily vaccinated in the world. The USA gives more vaccines to children than any other country, while Mississippi leads the USA in coverage rates. The reason for “exemplary” coverage rates in MS is the strict enforcement of inflexible draconian vaccine laws. How Are MS’s Medical Exemption Laws Different? All across the nation, vaccination waivers for medical reasons are written and submitted by a child’s doctor, who may practice anywhere in the United States. In Mississippi, a doctor does not have authority to grant a medical exemption for a vaccine vulnerable child. Instead, doctors must fill out an application to submit to the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH). A health department bureaucrat who has never examined your child, his medical records, or  family history, may then arbitrarily grant or deny your doctor’s application for a waiver for medical reasons. Unlike the rest of the United States, MSDH considers applications from Mississippi licensed doctors only. What About Non-Medical Exemptions? Mississippi denies parents any options to the vaccine schedule without discrimination and access to public/private daycare or school. Other states, including all of our bordering states, offer both medical and non-medical exemptions to the vaccine schedule. Some states offer personal belief exemptions (pbe) and some offer religious, several offer both.

Is MPVR Anti-Vaccine?

MPVR advocates for vaccine safety and informed voluntary

consent. Some of our families have fully vaccinated children,

while some delay, and some selectively vaccinate. We advocate

for ALL. Our organization’s purpose is not against vaccines.

About MPVR

Who We Are

MPVR is a 501C3 non-profit grassroots organization. We are made up of parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and some liberty minded young people. We believe that parents are the final authority in their children’s health care, especially vaccinations.
Mississippi Parents For Vaccine Rights | PO Box 141 | Pelahatchie | 39145

What We Do

MPVR’s mission is to raise awareness and educate citizens and lawmakers regarding the basic human right to informed voluntary consent in vaccine risk-taking. Mississippi has the most oppressive childhood vaccine laws in the country which violate the civil rights of conscience and religion. 48 other healthier states have given parents options in vaccine decision making for decades, since vaccine mandates began. Mississippi bureaucracy is proud of our track record, always being first in the nation in vaccine coverage rates. They achieve this by imposing extreme draconian vaccine laws and policies on our families. This causes great hardship on many Mississippians, forcing them to leave the workforce to stay home with their children, or worse, to uproot from generations of family and leave the state. We are both outraged and ashamed at the bureaucratic abuse of Mississippi families. If you are interested in helping further this cause, please join Mississippi Parents for Vaccine Rights today.

About Mississippi’s Vaccine Laws

Mississippi only offers a difficult to obtain medical exemption. Other states, including all of our bordering states, offer both medical and non-medical exemptions to the vaccine schedule. Mississippi children are quite possibly the most heavily vaccinated in the world. The USA gives more vaccines to children than any other country, while Mississippi leads the USA in coverage rates. The reason for “exemplary” coverage rates in MS is the strict enforcement of inflexible draconian vaccine laws. How Are MS’s Medical Exemption Laws Different? All across the nation, vaccination waivers for medical reasons are written and submitted by a child’s doctor, who may practice anywhere in the United States. In Mississippi, a doctor does not have authority to grant a medical exemption for a vaccine vulnerable child. Instead, doctors must fill out an application to submit to the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH). A health department bureaucrat who has never examined your child, his medical records, or  family history, may then arbitrarily grant or deny your doctor’s application for a waiver for medical reasons. Unlike the rest of the United States, MSDH considers applications from Mississippi licensed doctors only. What About Non-Medical Exemptions? Mississippi denies parents any options to the vaccine schedule without discrimination and access to public/private daycare or school. Other states, including all of our bordering states, offer both medical and non- medical exemptions to the vaccine schedule. Some states offer personal belief exemptions (pbe) and some offer religious, several offer both.

Is MPVR Anti-Vaccine?

MPVR advocates for vaccine safety and informed

voluntary consent. Some of our families have fully

vaccinated children, while some delay, and some

selectively vaccinate. We advocate for ALL. Our

organization’s purpose is not against vaccines.

Who We Are

MPVR is a a fast-growing group of thousands of loving educated families across Mississippi who seek the fundamental right to make medical decisions, specifically regarding vaccines, for our children without government coercion, discrimination, or interference.

About MPVR

Mississippi Parents For Vaccine Rights | PO Box 141 | Pelahatchie | 39145

What We Do

MPVR’s mission is to raise awareness and educate citizens and lawmakers regarding the basic human right to informed voluntary consent in vaccine risk-taking. Mississippi has the most oppressive childhood vaccine laws in the country which violate the civil rights of conscience and religion. 48 other healthier states have given parents options in vaccine decision making for decades, since vaccine mandates began. Mississippi bureaucracy is proud of our track record, always being first in the nation in vaccine coverage rates. They achieve this by imposing extreme draconian vaccine laws and policies on our families. This causes great hardship on many Mississippians, forcing them to leave the workforce to stay home with their children, or worse, to uproot from generations of family and leave the state. We are both outraged and ashamed at the bureaucratic abuse of Mississippi families. If you are interested in helping further this cause, please join Mississippi Parents for Vaccine Rights today.

About Mississippi’s Vaccine Laws

Mississippi only offers a difficult to obtain medical exemption. Other states, including all of our bordering states, offer both medical and non-medical exemptions to the vaccine schedule. Mississippi children are quite possibly the most heavily vaccinated in the world. The USA gives more vaccines to children than any other country, while Mississippi leads the USA in coverage rates. The reason for “exemplary” coverage rates in MS is the strict enforcement of inflexible draconian vaccine laws. How Are MS’s Medical Exemption Laws Different? All across the nation, vaccination waivers for medical reasons are written and submitted by a child’s doctor, who may practice anywhere in the United States. In Mississippi, a doctor does not have authority to grant a medical exemption for a vaccine vulnerable child. Instead, doctors must fill out an application to submit to the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH). A health department bureaucrat who has never examined your child, his medical records, or  family history, may then arbitrarily grant or deny your doctor’s application for a waiver for medical reasons. Unlike the rest of the United States, MSDH considers applications from Mississippi licensed doctors only. What About Non-Medical Exemptions? Mississippi denies parents any options to the vaccine schedule without discrimination and access to public/private daycare or school. Other states, including all of our bordering states, offer both medical and non-medical exemptions to the vaccine schedule. Some states offer personal belief exemptions (pbe) and some offer religious, several offer both.

Is MPVR Anti-Vaccine?

MPVR advocates for vaccine safety and informed voluntary

consent. Some of our families have fully vaccinated children,

while some delay, and some selectively vaccinate. We advocate

for ALL. Our organization’s purpose is not against vaccines.

Who We Are

MPVR is a 501C3 non-profit grassroots organization. We are made up of parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and some liberty minded young people. We believe that parents are the final authority in their children’s health care, especially vaccinations.

About MPVR