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Errata: Vol. 59, No. 5

In the report, "Update: Mumps Outbreak --- New York and New Jersey, June 2009--January 2010," an error occurred in the second footnote on page 125. The footnote should read as follows: §ACIP recommends 2 doses of mumps-containing vaccine for all school-aged children (i.e., grades K--12) and for adults at high risk for disease (i.e., persons who work in health-care facilities, international travelers, and students at post--high school educational institutions). Health-care personnel born in or after 1957 without presumptive evidence of immunity (documentation of 2 doses of mumps-containing vaccine or laboratory evidence of immunity or history of laboratory-confirmed disease) should receive 2 doses of mumps-containing vaccine, and those born before 1957 without presumptive evidence of immunity should consider receiving 2 doses. During mumps outbreaks, a second dose of mumps-containing vaccine should be considered for children aged 1--4 years and adults who have received 1 dose, and 2 doses should be recommended for all health-care personnel (8;

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