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Geographical source of SARS-CoV-2 sequence data

The world map and table below provide a snapshot of the number of SARS-CoV-2 raw sequences submitted by country.
The original source of data is the COVID-19 Data Portal statistics section.

Raw sequences submitted by Country
Country Raw sequences submitted
United Kingdom 1,057,489
USA 484,219
Ireland 33,473
Spain 22,135
Australia 15,629

VEO consortium reports

The VEO consortium (Versatile Emerging infectious disease Observatory) submits monthly reports to the European Commission on mutations and variation in publicly shared SARS-CoV-2 raw sequencing data.
You can browse all previous VEO reports in the table below.
If you would like to receive the VEO reports straight to your inbox, please send an email to veo.europe@erasmusmc.nl with ‘VEO COVID-19 Report’ in the subject line.

Report News Download
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1st report News Download report

Genomic resources

NextSpain COVID-19 interactive epidemiological map using Nextstrain.
NextSpain COVID-19 shows the results obtained from the analysis of complete genome sequences of SARS-CoV-2 deposited in GISAID or other publicly accessible databases. The analyses are performed with the NextStrain engine to inform the scientific community and the general public about the genomic epidemiology of COVID-19 in Spain: SeqCOVID Genomic epidemiology of COVID-19 in Spain. The epidemiological map is built with this code and it is mantained by FISABIO Sequencing and Bioinformatics Service and Tuberculosis Genomics Unit (IBV-CSIC).

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Interactive epidemiological map of SARS-CoV-2 in Andalusia using Nextstrain.
This map is part of the project "Sequencing of the SARS-CoV-2 virus genome for the monitoring and management of the COVID-19 epidemic in Andalusia and the rapid generation of prognostic and response to treatment biomarkers". The consortium is made up of 14 hospitals and 5 Health Research Institutes from the Andalusia region, the Technical Office for Information Management, the Regional Management of Public Health (Epidemiological Surveillance and Occupational Health Service) and the Fundación Progreso y Salud (FPS). The epidemilogical map has been developed and is maintained by the Clinical Bioinformatics Area at the FPS.

Widget screenshot of Andalusia CovSeq
This section will be periodically updated with new genomic resources when available.

Viral sequences

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Host sequences

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