How We Track COVID-19 (And Other Weird Stuff) In Sewage
“Wastewater-Based Epidemiology” is my new favorite phrase!
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Sewers were one of the earliest and most impactful advents of public health in urban areas, and it’s exciting that we’re still finding new ways to use them to that end.
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