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Academic institutions

GPAS is already a collaboration of multiple universities and academic institutes. Its scope will grow with new partners and allow easy data sharing between countries and establishments. It will also enable identification of similar strains and hopefully lead to ongoing collaborative research in epidemiology, therapeutics and diagnostics of multiple pathogens starting with SARS-CoV02 and TB.

Local healthcare

Local healthcare institutes with the ability to sequence SARS-CoV-2 will be able to get rapid data analysis to enable early, on the ground, interventions once VOCs are identified. GPAS will also influence therapeutic and drug treatment options on a same-day basis.

National agencies

GPAS will be a powerful tool for public health agencies across the globe. It will allow them to quickly identify features such as VOCs and antimicrobial resistance as they develop, and will be easily identifiable.