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Coronavirus: How waste water could provide clues for COVID-19 research

  • Coronavirus: How waste water could provide clues for COVID-19 research

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    A faster way to detect clusters of COVID-19 infections in the population is critical to prepare for the pandemic's second wave.

    Mike Drolet explains how waste water plays a pivotal role in helping researchers and public health officials catch those outbreaks sooner.

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  • Spain discovers coronavirus in waste water collected on March 12, 2019

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    Researchers at the University of Barcelona, one of Spain's most prestigious universities, said on June 26 that they had detected the presence of the novel coronavirus in wastewater samples collected on March 12, 2019. These results, sent to a high impact journal and published in the archive medRxiv, suggest the infection was present before knowing about any case of COVID-19 in any part of the world, the statement said. The study was led by researchers from the Enteric Virus Laboratory of the University of Barcelona in collaboration with the public-private company Aigues de Barcelona, which is responsible for managing the water cycle in Barcelona's metropolitan area.

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  • Spanish study shows COVID-19 traces found in March 2019 sewage sample

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    A research team from the University of Barcelona said that they had detected traces of coronavirus in wastewater samples collected on March 12, 2019. According to Albert Bosch, biology professor at the University of Barcelona and the coordinator of the study, the virus's level was relatively low but was positive. Investigators in this study believe the virus wasn't detected at the time because it was flu season, and nobody was looking for it.

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  • Spanish study finds coronavirus traces in March 2019 sewage sample

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    A research team from the University of Barcelona, one of Spain's most prestigious universities, said Friday that they had detected traces of coronavirus in wastewater samples collected on March 12, 2019, nine months before COVID-19 was identified in China.

    The research has been submitted for peer review, and researchers say more testing is needed to support the findings.

    These results, sent to a high impact journal and published in the archive medRxiv, suggest the infection was present before knowing about any case of COVID-19 in any part of the world, the statement said. Those infected could have been diagnosed with flu in primary care by mistake, contributing to the community transmission before the public health authorities took measures.

    The study was led by researchers from the Enteric Virus Laboratory of the University of Barcelona in collaboration with the public-private company Aigues de Barcelona, which is responsible for managing the water cycle in Barcelona's metropolitan area.

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  • Spain discovers coronavirus in waste water collected on March 12, 2019

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    Researchers at the University of Barcelona, one of Spain's most prestigious universities, said on June 26 that they had detected the presence of the novel coronavirus in wastewater samples collected on March 12, 2019. These results, sent to a high impact journal and published in the archive medRxiv, suggest the infection was present before knowing about any case of COVID-19 in any part of the world, the statement said.

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  • Coronavirus Pandemic Update 92: Blood Clots & COVID-19 - New Research & Potential Role of NAC

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    There is mounting evidence that COVID-19 has a profound impact on the endothelium (the lining of blood vessels) which may explain the observed blood clots associated with this pandemic. Roger Seheult, MD of discusses new research from the Lancet on coagulopathies (clotting or bleeding problems) in COVID-19 and explains how reactive oxygen species (ROS) may set the stage for clotting.

    Dr. Seheult also illustrates how the supplement N-acetylcysteine (NAC) may be beneficial to reduce excess ROS and prevent blood clots. Sloan Kettering is performing a clinical trial that studies N-acetylcysteine (NAC) with COVID 19 infection. (This video was recorded July 3, 2020).

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  • Tracing human waste can detect COVID-19 before an infected person shows symptoms

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    The University of Missouri is hard at work tracking the coronavirus through wastewater.

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  • IITGN researchers find evidence of COVID-19 genes in sewage | Prof. Manish Kumar | Research Stories

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    In April, IITGN joined a global consortium of 51 premier universities and research institutes to undertake wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) surveillance to maximise contributions in the fight against COVID-19. The effort was undertaken in order to build an early warning system for COVID-19 and supplement individual testing. For the first time in India, a combined team of IITGN and Gujarat Biotechnology Research Centre - GBRC have successfully detected non-infectious genes of the coronavirus in wastewater samples collected from an untreated sewage treatment plant in Ahmedabad. Sampling was aptly felicitated by Gujarat Pollution Control Board considering that the finding will help detect, monitor and control community transmission of the Coronavirus infection.
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  • Researching coronavirus: What are the findings? | COVID-19 Special

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    COVID-19 can have devastating consequences for the lungs. But doctors and nurses are discovering new damaging effects every day, from cardiac arrest to kidney failure and even unexplained tissue growth. A new, more holistic understanding of the disease is emerging. Researchers turn to describe Covid-19 as less of a lung affliction, and much more a vascular illness. A severely ill coronavirus patient develops embolisms, or blockages, in blood vessels. On top of that, within hours uncontrolled excess tissue growth can set in. Aas our understanding increases, so does our ability to fight Covid-19.
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  • Covid Treatment Research, Toilet Plumes, and Increasing Cases 6-23-2020

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    There's a study coming out of the UK about using a steroid called Dexamethasone to treat COVID19 symptoms. The initial reports look good, but we'll hold judgement until we see the full study. (The pre-print of this article is now available: Toilet plumes are also in the news. Apparently flushing a toilet can throw virus into the air. We're still learning about how and whether this is leading to infection. Finally, and most importantly, COVID19 cases are rising in many state of the US, as states continue to open back up. We look at why those numbers are rising, and why no one seems to be doing anything about it.



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  • Brazilian researchers find coronavirus in sewage sample from Nov 2019

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    Researchers at the Federal University of Santa Catarina announced on July 2 that they had detected the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), which causes COVID-19, in the wastewater samples collected on Nov. 27, 2019, in Florianopolis, capital of Santa Catarina in southern #Brazil. #COVID19

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  • Coronavirus: Ontario reports its first child death from COVID-19

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    Ontario is reporting its first death of a child as a result of COVID-19. Dawna Friesen explains why there are questions swirling on whether the novel coronavirus was actually the cause of death.

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  • Did Coronavirus first surface in March 2019?

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    A research in Spain has found that the COVID-19 virus was probably circulating in Spain since March 2019. A sewage sample test has found the presence of the virus. If substantiated, it could counter our current knowledge of the SARS-CoV-2's origins.
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  • Brazilian researchers say they discovered coronavirus in sewage sample in November

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    Researchers at the Federal University of Santa Catarina said on Thursday that they had detected the presence of the virus that causes COVID-19, in the wastewater samples collected on November 27, 2019 in Florianopolis, Capital of Santa Catarina in Southern Brazil.

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  • Study: virus was there in sewage water in Italy before Wuhan

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    Scientists in Italy have found traces of the novel coronavirus in wastewater collected from Milan and Turin in December 2019, suggesting that Covid-19 was already circulating in northern Italy before China reported the first cases. The Italian National Institute of Health looked at 40 sewage samples collected from wastewater treatment plants in northern Italy between October 2019 and February 2020. An analysis released on Thursday said samples taken in Milan and Turin on December 18 showed the presence of the SARS-Cov-2 virus.

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    To help stop the spread of COVID-19 together, Memorial Healthcare System reminds you to take simple actions to do your part to keep others safe. Learn more at MHS.net/Coronavirus.

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    Dawna Friesen speaks with clinical psychologist Jennifer Crosbie from Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children about the study they've undertaken to examine the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 measures on children and families.

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    In the U.S., Florida and Texas are once again shutting down many public spaces - including bars and beaches - as COVID-19 cases rapidly rise in those states and 30 others across the country. Jennifer Johnson reports.

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    Drew McDonald talks about his experience battling COVID-19 and participating in a clinical trial for remdesivir.

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    A spike in COVID19 cases in Victoria has officials 'very concerned', with the fourth day of widespread testing underway in geographic hot spots.



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  • US hits record number of COVID-19 cases for third day

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    The number of new COVID-19 infections in the US has surged to another high, for the third day running, driven by surging cases in 16 states.
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  • COVID-19 FAQs: Are Scientists Testing Waste Water to Track COVID

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    Hattiesburg Clinic is collecting a series of web interviews with Rambod Rouhbakhsh, MD. Follow our channel for COVID-19 FAQs. For a written version of the FAQs visit hattiesburgclinic.com/coronavirusfaqs.

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  • Researchers track high levels of COVID-19 in Florida wastewater

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    It’s an overcast, but beautiful Sunday evening near Ben T. Davis Beach along the Courtney Campbell Causeway. People are out enjoying a nice swim and break from the heat.

    But some researchers now want to know if bodies of water, like Tampa Bay, and others around the state could potentially contain dangerous levels of COVID-19 coronavirus after accidental sewage spills.

    “Here in Miami-Dade, they’ve been doing some studies of the saltwater on the beaches to make sure they’re not contaminated,” said Dr. Aileen Marty, an infectious disease expert at Florida International University.

    She, and other researchers around the county are keeping a close eye on what happens to Florida’s raw sewage and where it ends up.

    “Our wastewater is chuck-full of the virus,” said Marty, who has been looking at concentrations of the virus in sewage since Miami-Dade began taking samples in March. Ever since then, scientists have been working to estimate how many people are sick based on the concentration of virus in the wastewater.

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  • Tempe researchers turn to wastewater to track the spread of COVID-19.

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    Some ASU researchers say wastewater could hold clues about treating coronavirus.

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    The City of Boise is hoping to track the spread of coronavirus through the collection of wastewater.

  • NEMA Webinar Series Presents: Early Warning - COVID-19 Detection in Wastewater Streams

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    Studies have confirmed that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is present in wastewater streams—up to two weeks in advance of reported medical cases. As the only leading indicator, wastewater analysis can serve as an early warning system to quickly establish the presence of the virus before symptoms emerge in the general population. Two subject matter experts discuss how this data can help identify emerging hot spots and anticipate the potential reemergence of the virus in order to inform public health decisions and guide testing and contact tracing.

    Panelists are Dr. Beverly Stinson, Executive Vice President, Water and Global Wastewater Practice, AECOM and Paul Storella, PE, Senior Vice President, Water Business Leader for Metro New York, AECOM

  • COVID-19: Stool samples from wastewater form part of virus surveillance programme

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    Samples from wastewater can reveal a lot about the COVID-19 virus and the community, as highlighted in a pilot surveillance programme initiated by the National Environment Agency.

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  • Health officer explains wastewater testing efforts to detect COVID-19 in Gallatin County

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    Health officer explains wastewater testing efforts to detect COVID-19 in Gallatin County

  • Indian scientists find Covid-19 gene in wastewater

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    In a significant development, Indian scientists recently discovered the genetic material of SARS-CoV-2 virus in wastewater. The discovery has paved the way for using wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) for real-time surveillance of Covid-19 in the country

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  • COVID-19 found in Mount Pleasant sewage

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  • Sewage study suggests COVID-19 present in northern Italy in December 2019

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    Scientists in Italy released a new study suggesting the coronavirus was circulating there earlier than first thought.

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  • Another record increase in COVID-19 cases for Georgia

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    Georgia saw an increase of about 1,900 cases from Friday to Saturday.

  • University Hospitals researchers to test autopsy specimens for COVID-19

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    UH research is also able to identify markers that can help determine where the virus came from. Be it New York, California or China.

  • New Research Determines Most Effective Face Covering For Stopping Spread Of Coronavirus

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  • N.J. amusement and water parks prepare to open as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted

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    New Jersey amusement parks and water parks are getting ready to open this Thursday! ???? Are you ready for rides and games again?

  • “The World After COVID-19: How Research Can Shape a Better Future”

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    On 18 June 2020, the United Nations University hosted “The World After COVID-19: How Research Can Shape a Better Future”, a virtual conversation with Sir Philip Campbell, Editor-in-Chief of Springer Nature.

    The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the world significantly, with its impact felt across economies, sectors, and industries. Research and academia have not been spared by the effects of the pandemic. University education has gone online, and researchers from many disciplines are now tackling COVID-19-pertinent issues, allowing a wide range of innovative ideas to emerge on how a post-pandemic world may look. For these innovative ideas to have an impact, research results need to find their way to policymakers, businesses, and the general public.

    How can universities and think tanks help rebuild for a better future? How will the academic world be different post-COVID-19? What opportunities does COVID-19 offer for today’s researchers? How has COVID-19 affected the societal challenges that academic research needs to address?

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  • Clinical Trials and Research News Weekly Roundup | S2 E25 | Famotidine May Address COVID-19

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    #Famotidine Leads to Improved #COVID19 Patient Outcomes based on Retrospective Case Series Led by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory:
    A group of prominent New York-based physicians and scientists led by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Northwell Health Cancer institute conducted a retrospective case series targeting ten (10) non-hospitalized patients with SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been alleged that the over-the-counter histamine-2 receptor antagonist called Famotidine could possibly address the novel coronavirus. This insight originally derived from the analysis of Dr. Robert Malone and team associated with the U.S. government research contracts as well as observations of a prominent physician and research named Dr. Michael Callahan after his analysis of over 6,000 patient records at the Wuhan pandemic epicenter. After monitoring and quantitatively analyzing the longitudinal changes in patient reported outcome measures of patients who had been self-administering high-doses of Famotidine orally, the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Northwell Health investigational team found that not only are high doses well tolerated but they are associated with improved patient-reported outcomes in non-hospitalized patients with COVID-19. Meanwhile, a large study at Northwell has commenced in April, including both hydroxychloroquine and Famotidine but there is uncertainty with the use of the anti-malarial drug moving forward.
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  • Researchers Look to Immune System for Clues on COVID-19

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    The human immune system is made up of millions of T cells, which recognize and help fight viruses that enter the body. Microsoft and Adaptive Biotechnologies have created a test to identify and analyze how these cells respond to COVID-19. The results will help researchers improve diagnostics, treatments and vaccines. Tina Trinh has more.

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    As some states in the U.S. struggle to contain the coronavirus, Health & Wealth Bulletin’s Amanda Cuocci discusses how Japan has successfully kept its COVID-19 cases low. She also shares how that guidance can help states across the country as they look to reopen following pandemic-related lockdowns.

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  • University of Chicago study looks at how far COVID-19 spreads through air | Coronavirus News

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    The study examines how far the COVID-19 virus travels through the air, which could yield vital information about what amount of social distance is actually needed to slow the spread of coronavirus. Full story:

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