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Colorado is moving toward statewide coverage of wastewater surveillance

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Pieter Van Ry, director of the South Platte Renew wastewater treatment facility in Englewood, Colo., stands surrounded by solid-waste separators.

With 60% of the state’s population already covered by wastewater testing, Colorado is aiming to be a sentinel of coming contagion — not just of COVID surges, but of other types of diseases, too.

(Image credit: Hart Van Denburg/Colorado Public Radio)

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