A multicenter study investigating SARS-CoV-2 in tertiary-care hospital wastewater. viral burden correlates with increasing hospitalized cases as well as hospital-associated transmissions and outbreaks

Water Research, Volume 201, 1 August 2021, 117369.

Nicole Acosta, María A. Bautista, Jordan Hollman, Janine McCalder, Alexander Buchner Beaudet, Lawrence Man, Barbara J. Waddell, Jianwei Chen, Carmen Li, Darina Kuzma, Srijak Bhatnagar, Jenine Leal, Jon Meddings, Jia Hu, Jason L. Cabaj, Norma J. Ruecker, Christopher Naugler, Dylan R. Pillai, Gopal Achari, M. Cathryn Ryan, John M. Conly, Kevin Frankowski, Casey RJ Hubert, Michael D. Parkins

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0043135421005674?via%3Dihub

CDC Webinar: Understanding AMR in Water

Session Overview: Have you ever thought about the germs living in water around us? Antimicrobial-resistant germs and their genes can contaminate streams, rivers, lakes, and oceans from discharge that flows from hospitals, farms, or sewage systems. Even properly functioning wastewater treatment systems may not fully remove resistant germs and their genes. The magnitude of this risk to human health is still not fully understood. Join us to hear from global experts working to track antimicrobial resistance in water and understand its impact on public health, while taking action to address this potential threat.

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Journal of Water and Health, Volume 19, Issue 3, 1 June 2021

Chemical contaminants in Brazilian drinking water: a systematic review
Luciano Barros Zini; Mariliz Gutterres
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 351–369.

Multiple water source use in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review
Sean W. Daly; Jeremy Lowe; Gracie M. Hornsby; Angela R. Harris
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 370–392.

Groundwater as a potential cause of Chronic Kidney Disease of unknown etiology (CKDu) in Sri Lanka: a review
Sachithra Imbulana; Kumiko Oguma
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 393–410.

Potential risk of BPA and phthalates in commercial water bottles: a minireview
Rouse da Silva Costa; Tatiana Sainara Maia Fernandes; Edmilson de Sousa Almeida; Juliene Tomé Oliveira; Jhonyson Arruda Carvalho Guedes; Guilherme Julião Zocolo; Francisco Wagner de Sousa; Ronaldo Ferreira do Nascimento
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 411–435.

Does each bead count? A reduced-cost approach for recovering waterborne protozoa from challenge water using immunomagnetic separation
Natália de Melo Nasser Fava; Kamila Jessie Sammarro Silva; William John Snelling; Nigel George Ternan; James Stephen Gerard Dooley; Lyda Patricia Sabogal-Paz
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 436–447.

Comparison of the SARS-CoV-2-inactivating activities of the differently manufactured hypochlorous acid water products with various pH
Yohei Takeda; Sachiko Matsuda; Dulamjav Jamsransuren; Haruko Ogawa
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 448–456.

Fe-based layered double hydroxides for removing arsenic from water: sorption–desorption–regeneration
Tuğba Türk; Taha Boyraz; İbrahim Alp
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 457–467.

Comparison of two culture methods for the enumeration of Legionella pneumophila from potable water samples
Laura A. Boczek; Min Tang; Casey Formal; Darren Lytle; Hodon Ryu
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 468–477.

Characterization of V. cholerae O1 biotype El Tor serotype Ogawa possessing the ctxB gene of the classical biotype isolated from well water associated with the cholera outbreak in Kerala, South India
P. S. Reethy; K. V. Lalitha
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 478–487.

Generation of microplastics from the opening and closing of disposable plastic water bottles
Tvisha Singh
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 488–498.

In vivo toxicities of the hospital effluent in Mahdia Tunisia
Sabrine Afsa; Ons Fekih Sallem; Nouha Ben Abdeljelil; Anouar Feriani; Mohamed Fadhel Najjar; Hedi Ben Mansour
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 499–511.

Evaluating the impact of hydrometeorological conditions on E. coli concentration in farmed mussels and clams: experience in Central Italy
Valentina Colaiuda; Federica Di Giacinto; Annalina Lombardi; Carla Ippoliti; Carla Giansante; Mario Latini; Giuseppina Mascilongo; Ludovica Di Renzo; Miriam Berti; Annamaria Conte Nicola Ferri; Marco Verdecchia; Barbara Tomassetti
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 512–533.

Molecular surveillance of Cryptosporidium spp. for microbial source tracking of fecal contamination in Laguna Lake, Philippines
Laurice Beatrice Raphaelle O. dela Peña; Mark Raymond A. Vejano; Windell L. Rivera
J Water Health (2021) 19 (3): 534–544.