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Associations between psychiatric disorders, COVID-19 testing probability and COVID-19 testing results: findings from a population-based study – ERRATUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 November 2020

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This article failed to state the coequal contribution to the article of its first two authors, Dennis van der Meer and Justo Pinzón-Espinosa. This note was deleted accidentally during the production process, for which the publisher apologises.

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van der Meer, D, Pinzón-Espinosa, J, Lin, BD, Tijdink, JK, Vinkers, CH, Guloksuz, S, Luykx, JJ. Associations between psychiatric disorders, COVID-19 testing probability and COVID-19 testing results: findings from a population-based study. BJPsych Open 2020; 6(5), e87.Google ScholarPubMed
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