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COVID concentrations in wastewater remain high

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Very high coronavirus concentrations were measured in wastewater in Békéscsaba (200 km southeast of Budapest) and Debrecen (225 km east), according to recent data from the National Center for Public Health (NNK), writes business daily Világgazdaság.

During week 46, the average SARS-CoV-2 concentration in wastewater remains high, and most samples show a stagnant trend, NKK added.

However, a decrease was observed in two cities: Szekszárd (145 km south of Budapest) and Szolnok (105 km southeast).

Concentrations of coronavirus measured in wastewater have also increased in most sampling sites over the past week, NKK said.

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