42 CFR 102.51 - Documentation a smallpox vaccine recipient must submit to be deemed eligible by the Secretary.
(a) A smallpox vaccine recipient must submit the following documentation in order to be deemed eligible by the Secretary:
(i) Is a health care worker, law enforcement officer, firefighter, security personnel, emergency medical personnel, other public safety personnel, or support personnel for such occupational specialties who has volunteered and been selected to be a member of a smallpox emergency response plan prior to the time at which the Secretary publicly announces that an active case of smallpox has been identified within or outside of the United States and that the requester is or will be functioning in a role identified in a smallpox emergency response plan; and
(ii) Was administered a smallpox vaccine pursuant to an approved smallpox emergency response plan during the effective period of the Declaration.
(3) If the requester's injury relates to the administration of cidofovir or its derivatives or Vaccinia Immune Globulin, and not the smallpox vaccine, documentation demonstrating that the requester was administered such a covered countermeasure during the effective period of the Declaration.
(4) Medical records sufficient to demonstrate that the requester sustained a covered injury, as described in § 102.3(g), in accordance with the requirements set forth in § 102.50.
(b) As an alternative to the documentation described in paragraphs (a)(2)(i)-(ii) of this section (documentation concerning a vaccine recipient's participation in, and receipt of the smallpox vaccine under, an approved smallpox emergency response plan), a requester may submit a certification, by a Federal, State, or local government entity or private health care entity participating in the administration of covered countermeasures through a smallpox emergency response plan, that the requester is a person described in § 102.3(x)(1)-(3) (a person meeting the definition of a smallpox vaccine recipient, except for the requirement that the person sustained a covered injury). A certification form that may be used for this purpose is available from the Program.
Title 42 published on 2014-10-01
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