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Mseka, U., Mandolo, J., Nyoni, K., Divala, O., Kambalame, D., Mapemba, D., Kamzati, M., Chibwe, I., Henrion, M., Manda, K., Thindwa, D., Mvula, M., Odala, B., Kamng’ona, R., Dzinza, N., Jere, K., Feasey, N., Ho, A., Amoah, A., Gordon, M., Swarthout, T., Crampin, A., Heyderman, R., Kagoli, M., Chitsa-Banda, E., Mitambo, C., Phuka, J., Chilima, B., Kasambara, W., Jambo, K. & Chauma-Mwale, A. 2022, 'Omicron B.1.1.529 variant infections associated with severe disease are uncommon in a COVID-19 under-vaccinated, high SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence population in Malawi', EClinicalMedicine. https://eprints.gla.ac.uk/287834/

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