Genomic epidemiology and the role of international and regional travel in the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic in Zimbabwe: a retrospective study of routinely collected surveillance data

The COVID-19 Genomics UK (COG-UK) Consortium, SARS-CoV-2 Research Group, Tapfumanei Mashe*, Faustinos Tatenda Takawira, Leonardo De Oliveira Martins, Muchaneta Gudza-Mugabe, Joconiah Chirenda, Manes Munyanyi, Blessmore V Chaibva, Andrew Tarupiwa, Hlanai Gumbo, Agnes Juru, Charles Nyagupe, Vurayai Ruhanya, Isaac Phiri, Portia Manangazira, Alexander Goredema, Sydney Danda, Israel Chabata, Janet JongaRutendo Munharira, Kudzai Masunda, Innocent Mukeredzi, Douglas Mangwanya, Alex Trotter, Thanh Le-Viet, Steven Rudder, Gemma Kay, David Baker, Gaetan Thilliez, Ana Victoria Gutierrez, Justin O'Grady, Maxwell Hove, Sekesai Mutapuri-Zinyowera, Andrew J Page, Robert A Kingsley, Gibson Mhlanga, Matthew Bashton, Andrew Nelson, Clare McCann, Darren Smith, Greg Young

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