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Errata: Vol. 49, No. 9

In the article "Update: Pulmonary Hemorrhage/Hemosiderosis Among Infants---Cleveland, Ohio, 1993--1996," two errors occurred on page 181. In the paragraph under Case Identification, words were omitted from the sentence that begins on the ninth line, which should read, "Therefore, in referring to the cluster of cases in Cleveland, the working group defined that cluster as acute idiopathic pulmonary hemosiderosis (AIPH) in infants." The heading for the second section on that page had transposed words and should read, "Association of AIPH with Household Water Damage and Fungi."

In the article "Update: Influenza Activity---United States, 1999--2000 Season," on page 176 in Figure 2, the † and § symbols were omitted from two of the figure labels. The footnotes should appear as "Percentage of patient visits to sentinel physicians for influenza-like illness" and "Number of state and territorial epidemiologists reporting widespread or regional influenza activity§".

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