In the article, "Outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)
and Coronavirus Testing—United States, 2003," on page 301, an error
occurred in the eighth sentence of the fifth paragraph of the editorial note.
The sentence should read, "Enforced isolation in the United States is used
primarily to restrict patients with pulmonary tuberculosis who remain infectious
but are unable or unwilling to remain in settings where they are less likely
to transmit illness."
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