Scientists can detect COVID-19 in wastewater weeks before anyone tests positive


The race to track the spread of COVID-19 is taking scientists into the sewers.

They’re using wastewater to detect the virus even before people start visiting doctors and hospitals.

The state of Nevada announced its first known case of the omicron variant on Dec. 14 after a woman tested positive.

Scientists at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas detected the variant a week before.

“As we bring it up, we harvest about 500 milliliters of sewage, and this is what you’ll…



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