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JAMA Pediatr. 2016;170(6):624. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2016.0725.
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In the Research Letter titled “California Senate Bill 277’s Grandfather Clause and Nonmedical Vaccine Exemptions in California, 2015-2022,”1 published online March 28, 2016, there was an error in the Table. The number (%) of nonmedical exemptions for the 2015 kindergarten population should be 13 086 (2.37). This number and percentage should also replace the original numbers and percentages for the 2016 first-grade population, the 2017 second-grade population, the 2018 third-grade population, the 2019 fourth-grade population, the 2020 fifth-grade population, and the 2021 sixth-grade population. The total number (%) of medical exemptions for each year should be 164 148 (2.45) for 2015, 143 114 (2.12) for 2016, 120 362(1.77) for 2017, 94 073 (1.38) for 2018, 63 269 (0.92) for 2019, 36 207 (0.52) for 2020, and 13 086 (0.19) for 2021. This article was corrected online.

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Delamater  PL, Leslie  TF, Yang  YT.  California Senate Bill 277’s grandfather clause and nonmedical vaccine exemptions in California, 2015-2022 [published online March 28, 2016]. JAMA Pediatr. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2015.4856.

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Delamater  PL, Leslie  TF, Yang  YT.  California Senate Bill 277’s grandfather clause and nonmedical vaccine exemptions in California, 2015-2022 [published online March 28, 2016]. JAMA Pediatr. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2015.4856.

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