Tracking COVID-19 is key to safely reopening communities. Pinpoint hotspots in communities 78% faster than nose swabs.
COVID-19 is causing unprecedented challenges for communities around the world. In the United States, safely reopening depends on having widespread, advanced testing methodologies. However, symptoms can take up to 14 days to appear (if they appear at all) in infected individuals. Traditional nose swab tests can only go so far, and often fail to contain outbreaks that are already happening once the testing confirms them.
Testing wastewater sewage for SARS-CoV-2 RNA can provide a seven day leading indicator of outbreaks, compared to other compiled testing data. The 120Water platform can aggregate all wastewater plant data, trigger the shipping of sample kits, route kits to a lab, consolidate results, and display them in an easy-to-read dashboard. Our network of lab partners allow us to offer and end-to-end solution with an advanced sampling methodology to ensure that hotspots can be detected early so that the spread can be mitigated.
Aggregate all program data, week over week trend graphs, and more into one centralized, easy-to-use dashboard so that you can track trends and share findings with relevant stakeholders. Visualize data trends instantly to make informed decisions to protect public health.
Tap into our vast lab network, with partners experienced in SARS-VoV-2 analysis, to ensure that you’re receiving increased data quality indicators and efficient results. We work to give you actionable data based in proven science to guide your path forward.
120Water’s extensive professional services and support teams are on hand to ensure program success, from sample plan consulting to 24-hour automated sample kit shipment. Our solution can help drive costs and turnaround time down for your program, even as you scale up.
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