Resurgence of Ebola virus in 2021 in Guinea suggests a new paradigm for outbreaks

Alpha Kabinet Keita*, Fara R. Koundouno, Martin Faye, Ariane Düx, Julia Hinzmann, Haby Diallo, Ahidjo Ayouba, Frederic Le Marcis, Barré Soropogui, Kékoura Ifono, Moussa M. Diagne, Mamadou S. Sow, Joseph A. Bore, Sebastien Calvignac-Spencer, Nicole Vidal, Jacob Camara, Mamadou B. Keita, Annick Renevey, Amadou Diallo, Abdoul K. SoumahSaa L. Millimono, Almudena Mari-Saez, Mamadou Diop, Ahmadou Doré, Fodé Y. Soumah, Kaka Kourouma, Nathalie J. Vielle, Cheikh Loucoubar, Ibrahima Camara, Karifa Kourouma, Giuditta Annibaldis, Assaïtou Bah, Anke Thielebein, Meike Pahlmann, Steven T. Pullan, Miles W. Carroll, Joshua Quick, Pierre Formenty, Anais Legand, Karla Pietro, Michael R. Wiley, Noel Tordo, Christophe Peyrefitte, John T. McCrone, Andrew Rambaut, Youssouf Sidibé, Mamadou D. Barry, Madeleine Kourouma, Cé D. Saouromou, Mamadou Condé, Moussa Baldé, Moriba Povogui, Sakoba Keita, Mandiou Diakite, Mamadou S. Bah, Amadou Sidibe, Dembo Diakite, Fodé B. Sako, Fodé A. Traore, Georges A. Ki-Zerbo, Philippe Lemey, Stephan Günther, Liana E. Kafetzopoulou, Amadou A. Sall, Eric Delaporte, Sophie Duraffour, Ousmane Faye, Fabian H. Leendertz, Martine Peeters, Abdoulaye Toure, N’ Faly Magassouba

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