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Non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPI) such as facemasks and intensified hand hygiene may be effective in preventing influenza infections in households. It may be equally important that household members, especially children, can learn to use, maintain and tolerate these measures. We monitored adherence and tolerability of these NPI within a cluster-randomized trial in households with influenza index patients. We recruited 147 participants in 41 households, 39 (95 %) out of 41 index patientsdoi:10.1017/s0950268810003006 pmid:21211103 fatcat:c6nywr4e6jbgjfunwstlemydzi