The Alpha variant was not associated with excess nosocomial SARS-CoV-2 infection in a multi-centre UK hospital study

COG-UK HOCI Variant Substudy Consortium, The COVID-19 Genomics UK (COG-UK) Consortium, Florencia A. T. Boshier, Cristina Venturini, Oliver Stirrup, José Afonso Guerra-Assunção, Adela Alcolea-Medina, Angela H. Becket, Matthew Byott, Themoula Charalampous, Ana da Silva Filipe, Dan Frampton, Sharon Glaysher, Tabassum Khan, Raghavendran Kulasegara-Shylini, Beatrix Kele, Irene M. Monahan, Guy Mollett, Matthew Parker, Emanuela PelosiPaul Randell, Sunando Roy, Joshua F. Taylor, Sophie J. Weller, Eleri Wilson-Davies, Phillip Wade, Rachel Williams, Andrew J. Copas, Teresa Cutino-Moguel, Nick Freemantle, Andrew C. Hayward, Alison Holmes, Joseph Hughes, Tabitha W. Mahungu, Gaia Nebbia, Eleni Nastouli, David G. Partridge, Cassie F. Pope, James R. Price, Samuel C. Robson, Kordo Saeed, Gee Yen Shin, Thushan I. de Silva, Luke B. Snell, Emma C. Thomson, Adam A. Witney, Judith Breuer*, Matthew Bashton, Andrew Nelson, Clare McCann, Darren Smith, Greg Young

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