ROSES-S: Statement from the World Health Organization on the reporting of seroepidemiologic studies for SARS-CoV-2

World Health Organization Seroepidemiology Technical Working Group, Maria D. Van Kerkhove*, Rebecca Grant, Lorenzo Subissi, Marta Valenciano, Ketevan Glonti, Isabel Bergeri, Polina Brangel, Olivier Le Polain, Hannah Lewis, Anthony Nardone, Richard Pebody, Tasnim Azim, Pushpa Wijesinghe, Lubna Al Ariqi, Linh Vi Le, Joseph Okeibunor, Andrea Vicari, Amen Ben Hamida, Venkatachalam UdhayakumarKathleen Gallagher, Vincent Richard, Rahul Arora, Niklas Bobrovitz, Maria Zambon, Christian Drosten, Marion Koopmans, Malik Peiris

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