There is no law requiring administration of a rabies vaccines, instead it is just highly recommended for certain kinds of travel. Normally, there is nothing to refuse. However, in case of exposure, there is a course of treatment that includes, in part, administering the rabies vaccine on days 0, 3, 7, and 14. The CDC also says that it usually takes 24 to 72 ...
I'm just asking what the legality is for parents to vaccinate their
children against rabies if they were bitten by an animal. Also, would
legal implications change if the animal that bit the child later
tested positive for rabies or if the child insists on getting a rabies
vaccine but the parent refuses? Can the parent be charged for a crime
if the child ...