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Coronavirus Reportedly Detected in Wastewater Samples From March 2019
Researchers at the University of Barcelona announced Friday they had detected COVID-19 in sewage samples collected in March 2019—about nine months before the disease was first reported in Wuhan, China. The team of researchers said they began testing frozen wastewater samples taken between January 2018 and December 2019. All samples reportedly tested negative for coronavirus traces, except for the March 12, 2019 sample. However, research leader Albert Bosch emphasized that the levels of SARS-CoV-2 were low.
Around the same time, researchers also detected traces of the coronavirus in sewage from the Netherlands, the United States and Sweden. Previous data have shown that the coronavirus can be excreted through human urine or feces. For the infection problems caused by sewer, NCV or the most challenging virus encountered by human beings in recent decades.
The detection of coronavirus in sewage may only be one of several transmission modes of coronavirus. According to the current epidemiological research and epidemiological investigation of infection cases, it is found that the transmission mode of coronavirus is beyond your imagination.