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Could sewage monitoring help track COVID-19 hotspots?

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  • Pattanathu Rahman

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Coverage of research by Pat Rahman which suggests Covid-19 hotspots could be tracked via testing at sewage treatment facilities

Period1 Jun 2020 → 2 Jun 2020

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TitleUniversity of Portsmouth scientist believes human waste is key to identifying coronavirus hotspots
Degree of recognitionRegional
Media name/outletThe News
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date2/06/20
DescriptionArticle about an alternative tracking system to target coronavirus outbreaks from research by Pat Rahman
Producer/AuthorNeil Fatkin
URLhttps://www.portsmouth.co.uk/education/university-portsmouth-scientist-believes-human-waste-key-identifying-coronavirus-hotspots-2871389#gsc.tab=0
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleCould sewage monitoring help track Covid-19 hotspots?
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletThe SME Times
Media typeWeb
CountryIndia
Date2/06/20
DescriptionReport on research by Pat Rahman which suggests Covid-19 hotspots could be tracked via testing at sewage treatment facilities
Producer/AuthorThe SME Times News Bureau
URLthesmetimes.com/could-sewage-monitoring-help-track-covid-19-hotspots/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman
TitleCould sewage monitoring help track COVID-19 hotspots?
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletNews Ghana
Media typeWeb
CountryGhana
Date1/06/20
DescriptionReports on research by Pat Rahman which suggests Covid-19 hotspots could be tracked via testing at sewage treatment facilities
URLhttps://newsghana.com.gh/could-sewage-monitoring-help-track-covid-19-hotspots/
PersonsPattanathu Rahman

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