News Feature | September 3, 2020

Wastewater Testing Pays Off In The COVID-19 Battle

Source: Aerzen
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As the coronavirus began its trek across the country in March, scientists turned their microscopes to human waste to find early warning signs of outbreaks. The idea was that COVID-19 in wastewater would point to outbreak clusters quicker than individual testing data.

That theory appears to be paying off, especially at colleges and universities that are working furiously to get kids back to campus.

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