The authors regret that in the acknowledgments section, the sentence
“We are very grateful to the parents of the enrolled babies, to the midwives and to all the local CUAMM staff of the St. Luke Catholic Hospital in Wolisso (Ethiopia) for their support during this study.”
should have read
“We are very grateful to the parents of the enrolled babies, to the midwives and to all the local CUAMM staff of the St. Kizito Hospital in Matany (Uganda) for their support during this study.”
The authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Published online: October 20, 2021
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