Large-scale sequencing of SARS-CoV-2 genomes from one region allows detailed epidemiology and enables local outbreak management

Andrew J. Page*, Alison E. Mather, Thanh Le-Viet, Emma J. Meader, Nabil Fareed Alikhan, Gemma L. Kay, Leonardo De Oliveira Martins, Alp Aydin, David J. Baker, Alexander J. Trotter, Steven Rudder, Ana P. Tedim, Anastasia Kolyva, Rachael Stanley, Muhammad Yasir, Maria Diaz, Will Potter, Clairelizzie Stuart Meadows, Andrew Bell, Ana Victoria GutierrezNicholas M. Nicholas, Evelien M. Adriaenssens, Tracey Swingler, Rachel A.J. Gilroy, Luke Griffith, Dheeraj K. Sethi, Dinesh Aggarwal, Colin S. Brown, Rose K. Davidson, Robert A. Kingsley, Luke Bedford, Lindsay J. Coupland, Ian G. Charles, Ngozi Elumogo, John Wain, Reenesh Prakash, Mark A. Webber, S. J. Louise Smith, Meera Chand, Samir Dervisevic, Justin O’Grady, The COVID-19 Genomics UK (COG-UK) Consortium, Matthew Bashton, Darren Smith, Andrew Nelson, Greg Young, Clare McCann

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