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Saskatoon’s wastewater sees decline of the virus that causes COVID-19

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COVID-19, in the city’s wastewater.Between April 21 and April 27, the University of Saskatchewan team said there was a 70 per cent decrease in the viral RNA load in Saskatoon’s wastewater.

Saskatoon waste water analysis predicts surge of COVID-19 cases coming They said this could be indicative of a decrease in new cases in the following seven to 10 days.“Assuming the spike in viral load in the previous reporting period corresponded to the increase in new cases last week (April 25 – May 2), the substantial decrease in viral load is predictive of a stabilization or decrease in numbers of new cases in Saskatoon in the coming week(s),” stated the bulletin on the Global Institute for Water Security’s website.The USask team said 70 per cent of.

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