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Correction: The Impact of a One-Dose versus Two-Dose Oral Cholera Vaccine Regimen in Outbreak Settings: A Modeling Study

  • Andrew S. Azman,
  • Francisco J. Luquero,
  • Iza Ciglenecki,
  • Rebecca F. Grais,
  • David A. Sack,
  • Justin Lessler

Correction: The Impact of a One-Dose versus Two-Dose Oral Cholera Vaccine Regimen in Outbreak Settings: A Modeling Study

  • Andrew S. Azman, 
  • Francisco J. Luquero, 
  • Iza Ciglenecki, 
  • Rebecca F. Grais, 
  • David A. Sack, 
  • Justin Lessler
PLOS
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Fig 4 is incorrect. The duration stated for the 2-dose effectiveness study in Tanzania (2012) should be 15 months, rather than 3 months. The authors have provided a corrected version here.

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Fig 4. Short-term protection from one and two doses of oral cholera vaccine.

Reported estimates and results from random effects regression models (filled diamonds) for both one (bottom) and two (top) doses of OCV. VE, vaccine efficacy.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1001989.g001

Reference

  1. 1. Azman AS, Luquero FJ, Ciglenecki I, Grais RF, Sack DA, Lessler J (2015) The Impact of a One-Dose versus Two-Dose Oral Cholera Vaccine Regimen in Outbreak Settings: A Modeling Study. PLoS Med 12(8): e1001867. doi: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001867. pmid:26305226