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  • Writer's pictureArchana Anand

everything SARS-CoV2

Updated: Oct 11, 2021

Most recently, I've been involved in multiple projects concerning SARS-CoV2 tracking in wastewater across the United States during my stint as a researcher at Stanford University. Intriguingly, humans tend to shed this coronavirus in their feces up to 2 weeks before the onset of symptoms such as cough, fever and several others. Therefore, concentration of the SARS-CoV2 virus in a wastewater sample could potentially be used to predict spikes in # of cases as well as prepare the county for hospitalizations.

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