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“Our data will predict what the human tests will report seven days before when they would be taken,” explains OU Medicine vice president of Community Health Impact, Halley Reeves.
A team of OU researchers are warning new data may be projecting a potential surge in COVID-19 cases here in Oklahoma. The data is coming from sewage surveillance, in which they frequently test wastewater for traces of COVID-19. RELATED: Study: Sewer samples signal pending rise or fall in COVID-19. T…Read More.
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