Corrections and clarifications

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• Based on information published by the Mississippi Department of Health, a column said that at least 70% of recent calls to the state’s poison control centre related to ingestion of livestock or animal formulations of ivermectin. The department has since clarified that 2% of recent calls to the centre have been about people ingesting ivermectin, and that 70% of those calls related to livestock or animal formulations (We have vaccines - so why is a livestock drug sweeping the US?, 1 September, G2, page 3). The same information was also used in a second article (Ivermectin frenzy: the advocates, anti-vaxxers and telehealth companies driving demand, 13 September).

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