School children and their parents are getting more time to comply with new state immunization requirements in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania health officials have extended the vaccination deadline until mid-May.
Kids who don't comply with the new vaccination rules may not be allowed to attended class.
The new state regulations took effect in August.
It requires all students to get a second dose of vaccines for mumps and chicken pox.
Students not in compliance when classes began last fall were given an eight-month grace period.
That grace period expires on Tuesday.