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What The Study Did: In this surveillance study that used data from eight health systems in California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Minnesota and Wisconsin, routine childhood vaccination rates and the
proportion who were up to date remained lower than 2019 levels as of September 2020.
Authors: Malini B. DeSilva, M.D., M.P.H., of the HealthPartners Institute in Bloomington, Minnesota, is the corresponding author.
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