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  • Nov 21 2014

  • Source: MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2014; 63(46):1094.
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    Corrects: MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2014 Nov 21; 63(46): 1082–1086.

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    Vol. 63, No. 46

    In the report, “Ebola Epidemic — Liberia, March–October 2014,” which was first published as an MMWR Early Release on November 14, 2004, multiple errors occurred.

    The list of authors and their affiliations should read as fol- lows: Tolbert Nyenswah1, Miatta Fahnbulleh1, Francis Ketah1, Moses Massaquoi1, Thomas Nagbe1, Luke Bawo1, James Dorbor Falla1, Henry Kohar1, Alex Gasasira2, Pierre Nabeth2, Heather Popowitz3, Sheldon Yett3, Lindis Hurum4, Laurence Sailly4, Sean Casey5, Benjamin Espinosa6, Andrea McCoy6, Heinz Feldman7, Lisa Hensley7, Mark Baily8, Justin Pendarvis9, Barry Fields10, Terrence Lo10, Jin Quin10, John Aberle-Grasse10, Kim Lindblade10, Josh Mott10, Lucy Boulanger10, Athalia Christie10, Susan Wang10, Joel Montgomery10, Frank Mahoney10 (Author affiliations at end of text).

    1Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Liberia; 2World Health Organization; 3United Nations Children’s Fund; 4Médecins Sans Frontières; 5International Medical Corps; 6U.S. Navy; 7National Institutes of Health; 8U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases; 9U.S. Agency for International Development; 10CDC

    In the fifth paragraph, the third sentence should read as follows: “After aggressive response in Lofa, the county expe- rienced multiple outbreak waves, with a peak in case counts between late July and late September (Figure 1).”

    In the sixth paragraph, the fourth sentence should read as follows: “As of November 8, MoHSW reported 329 health care workers infected with Ebola, including 157 who died.”

    In the seventh paragraph, the third sentence should read as follows: “The Firestone company established a 10-bed unit in April in Margibi county (4).”

    In the Discussion, the fifth sentence should read, “However, progress of control efforts is tenuous as situation reports in the past 2 weeks suggest a leveling off of case counts and outbreaks in new areas.”

    Vol. 63, No. 45

    In this issue, the date in the title of an announcement was incorrect. The title should read, “World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims — November 16, 2014.”

    Vol. 63, No. 44

    In the report, “Declines in Pneumonia Hospitalizations of Children Aged <2 Years Associated with the Use of Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccines — Tennessee, 1998–2012,” in Table 2, under the heading and subheading PCV13 years compared with pre-PCV7 years†, % change in rates, the value should read, -72.

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