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Targeted wastewater surveillance has a history of social and ethical concerns

By Mohammed Rafi Arefin, Assistant Professor, Geography, University of British Columbia
Carolyn Prouse, Assistant Professor of Human Geography, Queen's University, Ontario
Christopher Reimer, PhD Candidate, Geography, University of British Columbia
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The COVID-19 pandemic has seen an increase in wastewater testing to monitor the spread of the virus. But historical cases show that targeted surveillance can further marginalize vulnerable populations.The Conversation

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