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Excerpt from "Procedure to follow when Hepatitis B vaccine schedule is interrupted [1910.1030]"
This letter is in response to your letters of October 29, 1997, to Senator Connie Mack and Senator Bob Graham, concerning the potential expense involved in the administration of Hepatitis B vaccine. Both letters were forwarded to my office for reply. You expressed in your letter that when or if an employee keeps missing her scheduled shots in the series, an employer would have to start the series over and over again, which could increase the employer's potential liability from $156 to $500 or more per employee.

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