Wastewater coronavirus concentrations rising slightly
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Concentrations of coronavirus hereditary material in wastewater continue to rise slightly, the National Center for Public Health said on its website.
The communication stated that the concentration of coronavirus genetic material in wastewater samples continues to show a slight increase nationwide.
In more than half of county capitals, an increasing trend can be observed, while no decrease was observed in any of the examined cities.
Concentrations are in the "increased" range in all settlements except two. The NNK asked those who had not yet been vaccinated against the coronavirus to do so as soon as possible, and more than four months after the second vaccination, to take the third booster dose.
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