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        Control of varicella in the post-vaccination era in Australia: a model-based assessment of catch-up and infant vaccination strategies for the future – CORRIGENDUM
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In the above mentioned article [1] reference 35 was incorrect in the reference list. The correct reference is given below. The authors apologise for this error.

35. Ogunjimi B, et al . Herpes zoster risk reduction through exposure to chickenpox patients: a systematic multidisciplinary review. PLoS ONE 8(6): e66485. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0066485.

REFERENCE

1. Gao, Z, et al. Control of varicella in the post-vaccination era in Australia: a model-based assessment of catch-up and infant vaccination strategies for the future. Epidemiology and Infection. doi:10.1017/S0950268814002222. Published online: 15 September 2014.