To enable faster, easier sequencing of SARS-COV2 genomes with fewer steps than current methods, we use multiplexed 1200 base pair PCR amplicons with the Oxford Nanopore RAPID barcoding kit (RBK004). This is a modification of the ARTIC amplicon V3 sequencing protocol for MinION for nCoV-2019 developed by Josh Quick, which produces 400 base pair amplicons and uses the Oxford Nanopore Ligation barcoding kit (LSK-109). We have increased the size of the amplicons to 1200bp and use the RAPID barcode kit (RBK004), which enables requires less time and fewer reagents than the LSK-109 protocol. The amplicons produced in this protocol could also be used for Illumina sequencing. Primers were all designed using Primal Scheme: http:\/\/primal.zibraproject.org\/, described here https:\/\/www.nature.com\/articles\/nprot.2017.066.Primer sequences are here: https:\/\/docs.google.com\/spreadsheets\/d\/1M5I_C56ZC8_2Ycgm9EFieVlVNqxsP7dXAnGoBZy3nDo\/edit?usp=sharingThe primer scheme .bed and .tsv files necessary for the ARTIC variant calling pipeline are at Zenodo: https:\/\/zenodo.org\/record\/3897530#.Xv5EFpMzadYVersion history: V4: updated .bed and .tsv file link to point to Zenodo (and not google drive). V1-V3: included primers sequences in the protocol, fixed step 17.12 from elute in "molecular grade water or Elution buffer" to elute in "10 mM Tris-HCl pH 8.0 with 50 mM NaCl", as suggested on the Oxford Nanopore protocol, changed images from ARTIC protocol image to our own.