SARS-CoV-2 Antibody Prevalence and Population-Based Death Rates, Greater Omdurman, Sudan
Wendelin Moser, Mohammed Ahmed Hassan Fahal1
, Elamin Abualas1
, Shahinaz Bedri, Mahgoub Taj Elsir, Mona Fateh El Rahman Omer Mohamed, Abdelhalim Babiker Mahmoud, Amna Ismail Ibrahim Ahmad, Mohammed A. Adam, Sami Altalib, Ola Adil DafaAllah, Salahaldin Abdallah Hmed, Andrew S. Azman, Iza Ciglenecki, Etienne Gignoux, Alan González, Christine Mwongera, and Manuel Albela Miranda
Author affiliations: Médecins Sans Frontières, Geneva, Switzerland (W. Moser, A.S. Azman, I. Ciglenecki, A. González, C. Mwongera, M. Albela Miranda); Médecins Sans Frontières, Khartoum (M.T. Elsir, A.B. Mahmoud, A.I.I. Ahmad, M.A. Adam, S. Altalib, O.A. DafaAllah, S.A. Hmed); Khartoum State Ministry of Health, Khartoum, Sudan (M.AH. Fahal, E. Abualas, S. Bedri, M.T. Elsir, M.F.E.R.O. Mohamed, O.A. DafaAllah); National Public Health Laboratory, Khartoum (E. Abualas, S. Bedri, O.A. DafaAllah); University of Khartoum, Khartoum (A.B. Mahmoud, M.A. Adam, S. Altalib); Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (A.S. Azman); University of Geneva, Geneva (A.S. Azman); Epicentre, Paris, France (E. Gignoux)
Figure 1. Survey flow for cross-sectional study of SARS-CoV-2 prevalence and population-based death rates, Omdurman, Sudan, 2021. DBS, dry blood spot; RDT, rapid diagnostic test.
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