CDC Report: Using Wastewater Surveillance Data to Support the COVID-19 Response — United States, 2020–2021.17 Sep, 2021 | 10:15h | UTC
Using Wastewater Surveillance Data to Support the COVID-19 Response — United States, 2020–2021 – CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
Rapid, large-scale wastewater surveillance and automated reporting system enabled early detection of nearly 85% of COVID-19 cases on a University campus.
[Preprint] Wastewater genomic testing can effectively track COVID-19 variants of concern.
Human Waste Could Be The Next Big Weapon in Controlling COVID-19 – TIME
Next steps for wastewater testing to help end this pandemic — and prevent the next one – STAT
Sewage sleuths helped an Arizona town beat back Covid-19. For wastewater epidemiology, that’s just the start – STAT
The myriad ways sewage surveillance is helping fight COVID around the world – Nature
Testing sewage can give school districts, campuses and businesses a heads-up on the spread of COVID-19 – The Conversation
It’s time to begin a national wastewater testing program for Covid-19 – STAT
Coronavirus: Testing sewage an ‘easy win’ – BBC
Development of wastewater pooled surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 from congregate living settings – high sensitivity, but unable to distinguish new infectious cases from persistent convalescent shedding.
Commentary on Twitter
New @CDCMMWR shows how untreated wastewater is used to detect #COVID19 infection trends in communities. The National Wastewater Surveillance System serves as an early detection system for tracking the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. https://t.co/0RXAncRZdw pic.twitter.com/ehgNR55gu7
— CDC (@CDCgov) September 9, 2021