Detection of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater from a residential college


Authors and Disclosures

Yolanda M. Brooks, Bailey Gryskwicz, Shawn Sheehan, Sheri Piers, Parag Mahale, Susan McNeil, Jenna Chase, Doreen Webber, David Borys, Michael Hilton, Dion Robinson, Stephen Sears, Emer Smith, Emily K. Lesher, Robert Wilson, Matthew Goodwin1 and Michael Pardales

Saint Joseph College, Maine, Standish, Maine, USA (YM Brooks, B. Gryskwicz, S. Sheehan, S. Piers, S. McNeil, J. Chase, D. Webber, D. Borys, M. Hilton, D Robinson, EK Lesher, R. Wilson, M. Goodwin, M. Pardales); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (P. Mahale); Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Augusta, Maine, USA (P. Mahale, S. Sears, E. Smith); University of Southern Maine, Portland, Maine, USA (E. Smith)

1Current affiliation: St. Catherine University, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

address for correspondence
Yolanda M. Brooks, Collège Saint-Joseph du Maine, 278 Whites Bridge Rd, Standish, ME 04084, USA; email: [email protected]

About the Author
Dr Brooks is Assistant Professor at Saint Joseph’s College of Maine, Standish, Maine, USA. His research interests include the sources and persistence of fecal pollution in drinking water, recreational water and wastewater, as well as its potential effects on human health.

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