State law allows waivers for religious or moral reasons.
Utah Administrative Code R396-100-5 Exemptions
(1) A parent claiming an exemption to immunization for medical, religious or personal reasons, as allowed by Section 53G-9-303, shall provide to the student's school or early childhood program the exemption form as set forth and required in Section 53G-9-304. (2) Also, to qualify for the exemption, the school or early childhood program shall attach the Section 26-7-9 Health Education form to the student's USIR indicating the parent received the required health education by online module or from an authorized local health authority.
Utah Code 53G-9-301 (Superceded 7/01/18). Certificate of Immunization Required.
(1) Unless exempted for personal, medical, or religious objections as provided in Section 53G-9-303, a student may not attend a public, private, or parochial kindergarten, elementary, or secondary school through grade 12, nursery school, licensed day care center, child care facility, family care home, or headstart program in this state unless there is presented to the appropriate official of the school a certificate of immunization from a licensed physician or authorized representative of the state or local health department stating that the student has received immunization against communicable diseases as required by rules adopted under Section 53G-9-305.
Utah Code 53G-9-303. Immunizations required -- Exceptions -- Grounds for exemption from required immunizations.
(1) A student is exempt from the requirement to receive a vaccine required under Section 53G-9-305 if the student qualifies for a medical or personal exemption from the vaccination under Subsection (2) or (3). (2) A student qualifies for a medical exemption from a vaccination required under Section 53G-9-305 if the student's legally responsible individual provides to the student's school: (a) a completed vaccination exemption form; and (b) a written notice signed by a licensed health care provider stating that, due to the physical condition of the student, administration of the vaccine would endanger the student's life or health. (3) A student qualifies for a personal exemption from a vaccination required under Section 53G-9-305 if the student's legally responsible individual provides to the student's school a completed vaccination exemption form, stating that the student is exempt from the vaccination because of a personal or religious belief. (4)(a) A vaccination exemption form submitted under this section is valid for as long as the student remains at the school to which the form first is presented.