Watch this presentation to hear the results and key findings directly from those involved with a sweeping state-wide program executed to monitor for SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater throughout communities in the state of Indiana. Learn how the program could be applied in your community.
Thursday, January 21st, 1pm EST
Since the novel coronavirus began to spread rapidly around the world at the beginning of 2020, leaders in research and public health as well as city administrators have been in crisis response mode. Testing, containing, and monitoring the virus became paramount to containing the spread of the virus.
One method that came to the forefront was wastewater-based epidemiology. COVID in wastewater monitoring has been used by some communities across the country, and now one of the most comprehensive COVID in wastewater studies has been completed.
This pilot study – run in collaboration with an Indiana state agency, 14 communities, university researchers, and 120Water – provided key findings that this type of monitoring can help validate the results of testing for the virus.
Watch this webinar to hear directly from those involved in the study to learn more about how it was conducted, what the research means, and how this type of monitoring can be used to help fight the virus in your community.