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        Concomitant leptospirosis-hantavirus co-infection in acute patients hospitalized in Sri Lanka: implications for a potentially worldwide underestimated problem – ERRATUM
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We regret to announce that there was a serious error in the last full paragraph on page 8 of the above mentioned paper [1]

The incorrect sentence

That a double (separate or even concomitant) leptospirosis- hantavirus infection is a rarity in Sri Lanka is furthermore confirmed again in the retrospective study, giving 6/23 or 26·0% incidence.

Should have read

That a double (separate or even concomitant) leptospirosis-hantavirus infection is all but a rarity in Sri Lanka is furthermore confirmed again in the retrospective study, giving 6/23 or 26·0% incidence.

Also, on two occasions leptospirosis is given as leptosirosis.

The publishers apologise for these errors.

REFERENCE

1. Sunil-Chandra, NP, Clement, J, Maes, P, De Silva, HJ, Van Esbroeck, M, Van Ranst, M Concomitant leptospirosis-hantavirus co-infection in acute patients hospitalized in Sri Lanka: implications for a potentially worldwide underestimated problem. Epidemiology and Infection, doi:10.1017/S0950268814003707. Published online 13 January 2015.