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North Dakota approves vaccination protections


Author: ADP Admin/Monday, June 28, 2021/Categories: Compliance Corner , State Compliance Update, North Dakota

North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum has signed legislation (HB 1465) that addresses rules pertaining to vaccination status. HB 1465 is effective immediately.


House Bill 1465 prohibits an employer from requiring a patron or customer to provide documentation that certifies vaccination or post-transmission recovery in order to gain access to, entry upon, or services from the business. This provision does not apply to a health care provider, including a long-term care provider.

For purposes of House Bill 1465, a vaccination is one that is authorized by the federal Food and Drug Administration pursuant to an emergency use authorization.


House Bill 1465 also prohibits a state government entity from requiring employers to obtain physical or electronic documentation, to certify the following before employment:

  • An individual's vaccination status;
  • The presence of antigens, pathogens or antibodies; or
  • An individual's post-transmission recovery status.

Note: Exceptions to this rule exist in sections 15.1 - 23 - 0223 - 01 - 05.3 and 23 - 07 - 17.1.

Compliance Recommendations:

North Dakota employers should review their policies and practices and train their supervisors to ensure adherence to House Bill 1465. Please contact your dedicated service professional with any questions.

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