COVEPIGUi

Dynamics of the SARS-Cov-2 outbreak in Conakry, Guinea

The seroprevalence surveys, taking place in Conakry, Guinea, will describe the dynamic of the epidemic in the city.

Primary objective: To describe the dynamics of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic in the city of Conakry, represented by the evolution over time of seroprevalence stratified by age group (under 15 years, 15-39 years and 40 years or more)

 

Type of study: Observational, seroprevalence surveys

 

Treatment tested: N/A

 

Countries: Guinea

 

Number of sites: N/A

 

Sample size: 1400 per survey (5,200 in total)

 

Study participants:  General population, resident of selected households

 

Study status:  Not yet started

Principle investigators

 

  • Prof. Abdoulaye Toure, Centre de Recherche et de Formation en Infectiologie de Guinée, Conakry, Guinée abdoulaye.toure@ird.fr
  • Dr Jean-François Etard, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, Montpelier, France jean-francois.etard@ird.fr

 

More information

 

 

 

Last updated: September 2020

 

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