“Kankasha” in Kassala: A prospective observational cohort study of the clinical characteristics, epidemiology, genetic origin, and chronic impact of the 2018 epidemic of Chikungunya virus infection in Kassala, Sudan

Hilary Bower*, Mubarak El Karsany, Abd Alhadi Adam Hussein Adam, Mubarak Ibrahim Idriss, Ma’Aaza Abasher Alzain, Mohamed Elamin Ahmed Alfakiyousif, Rehab Mohamed, Iman Mahmoud, Omer Albadri, Suha Abdulaziz Alnour Mahmoud, Orwa Ibrahim Abdalla, Mawahib Eldigail, Nuha Elagib, Ulrike Arnold, Bernardo Gutierrez, Oliver G. Pybus, Daniel P. Carter, Steven T. Pullan, Shevin T. Jacob, Tajeldin Mohammedein AbdallahBenedict Gannon, Tom E. Fletcher

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