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Eurosurveillance, Volume 11, Issue 4, 26 January 2006

Citation style for this article: Erratum for: Euro Surveill 2006;11(1):E060119.1. Euro Surveill. 2006;11(4):pii=2888. Available online:

Erratum for: Euro Surveill 2006;11(1):E060119.1

Editorial team (, Eurosurveillance editorial office

In last week's article, Avian influenza in Turkey: 21 confirmed human cases, we mistakenly reported that, at 19 January 2006, there were 8 confirmed cases reported from Agri, and 1 confirmed case reported from Erzurum. In fact, 9 confirmed cases have been reported from Agri, and there have been no confirmed cases reported from Erzurum, although the 4 year old boy reported to be infected in Agri was last week being treated in hospital in Erzurum. This error was corrected on Wednesday 25 January.

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