Answer: Medical consent laws for minors vary depending on the state and the type of care.  In most states, unaccompanied youth under age 18 can consent for routine medical care, which would encompass vaccines. A few states have specific laws on immunizations. For a state-by-state guide to medical consent laws impacting unaccompanied youth, see Minor Consent to Routine Medical Care.

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