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Covid: Consortium of 4 cities funded for enhanced genome surveillance

IndiaTimes Thursday, 10 June 2021 ()
"The consortium aims to develop targeted sampling strategies based on granular epidemiological and clinical data. Coupled with intense environmental surveillance and advanced computational techniques, the consortium would also focus on building capabilities for real-time surveillance and epidemiology," a statement issued read.
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