State law addresses vaccinations.
Kentucky Administrative Regulations 902 2:060. Immuization schedules
(1) A current Commonwealth of Kentucky Certificate of Immunization Status shall be required to attend a:
(a) Child day care center, beginning at age three (3) months;
(b) Certified family child care home, beginning at age three (3) months;
(c) Licensed facility that cares for children, beginning at age three (3) months;
(d) Preschool program; or
(e) Public or private primary or secondary school.
Kentucky Annual School Immunization Survey Report for School Year 2018-2019
Report details required vaccinations and amount of students receicing vaccinations.
Kentucky Revised Statutes 158.035 Certificate of immunization
Except as provided in KRS 214.036, no child shall be eligible to enroll as a student in any public or private elementary or secondary school without first presenting a certificate from a medical physician, osteopathic physician, or advanced practice registered nurse licensed in any state. The certificate shall state that the child has been immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis, rubeola, and rubella in accordance with the provisions of this section and KRS 214.010, 214.020, 214.032 to 214.036, and 214.990 and the administrative regulations of the secretary for health and family services. The governing body of private and public schools shall enforce the provisions of this section.
Kentucky Revised Statutes 214.034 Immunization of children
(1) All parents, guardians, and other persons having care, custody, or control of any child shall have the child immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis, pertussis, measles, rubella, mumps, hepatitis B, and haemophilis influenzae disease in accordance with testing and immunization schedules established by regulations of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Additional immunizations may be required by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services through the promulgation of an administrative regulation pursuant to KRS Chapter 13A if recommended by the United States Public Health Service or the American Academy of Pediatrics. All parents, guardians, and other persons having care, custody, or control of any child shall also have any child found to be infected with tuberculosis examined and treated according to administrative regulations of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services promulgated under KRS Chapter 13A. The persons shall also have booster immunizations administered to the child in accordance with the regulations of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.