42 CFR 102.54 - Documentation the representative of the estate of a deceased smallpox vaccine recipient or vaccinia contact must submit to be deemed eligible by the Secretary.

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§ 102.54 Documentation the representative of the estate of a deceased smallpox vaccine recipient or vaccinia contact must submit to be deemed eligible by the Secretary.
A requester who is the representative of the estate of a deceased smallpox vaccine recipient or vaccinia contact must submit the following documentation in order for the estate to be deemed eligible by the Secretary:
(a) A completed (to the fullest extent possible) and signed Request Form;
(b) All of the documentation required in:
(1) Section 102.51(a)(2)-(4) (documentation requirements for smallpox vaccine recipients), in the case of a deceased smallpox vaccine recipient. The requester may submit a certification, as described in § 102.51(b) in the place of the documentation described in § 102.51(a)(2) (documentation concerning a vaccine recipient's participation in, and receipt of the smallpox vaccine under, an approved smallpox emergency response plan); or
(2) Section 102.52(b)-(d) (documentation requirements for vaccinia contacts), in the case of a deceased vaccinia contact;
(c) A death certificate for the deceased smallpox vaccine recipient or vaccinia contact. If a death certificate is unavailable, the requester must submit a letter providing the reasons for its unavailability. The Secretary has the discretion to accept other documentation as evidence that the smallpox recipient or vaccinia contact is deceased; and
(d) Documentation showing that the requester is the representative of the estate of the deceased smallpox vaccine recipient or vaccinia contact.

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