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COVID-19: Wastewater Surveillance (Free)

August 27, 2020
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Our COVID-19 webinars continue with another deep dive into the emerging role of wastewater surveillance. Collecting samples from the sewershed and at the treatment plant can help communities track coronavirus and gain early-warning signs about potential community spread. Hear from leading state, national, and international experts about the latest research at Stanford University, in the State of Michigan, and in Spain. Wastewater surveillance is a technique that can help identify within a localized population the distribution (occurrence, trends or hot spots) from asymptomatic and symptomatic individuals and can assist public health officials in their role of making informed policy decisions to mitigate or prevent future spread within a community. Dr. Anna Mehrotra and Dr. Greta Zornes, CDM Smith provide an update on SARS-CoV-2 Monitoring in Detroit. Dr. Pablo Calabuig – Go Aigua covers how Spain Implemented a Large-Scale SARS-COV-2 Sewer Surveillance Program for 10+ million People. Thank you to our webinar sponsor: GT Molecular. Contact hours are only provided to those that participated in the live webinar to see the slides and hear the audio.


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