However, the drop in the viral load in Crete and Ioannina was significant
Increasing trends on the mean weekly viral load of SARS-CoV-2 in municipal wastewater at five of the twelve regions that were checked by the National Wastewater Epidemiology Network (EDEL) of EODY, were observed in the week of September 26 to October 2, compared to the week of September 19-25.
Decreasing trends were observed in four regions of the EDL and stabilizing trends in the average weekly viral load of municipal wastewater were observed in three of the twelve regions of the EDL.
The trends were clearly upward in Xanthi (+101%) and Alexandroupolis (+53%), while the increase in the average weekly viral load of municipal sewage was marginal in Patras (+16%), Attiki (+15%) and Thessaloniki (+12 %).
Pure downward trends were observed in Agios Nikolaos (-82%), in Chania (-77%), in Heraklion (-60%) and in Ioannina (-41%), while the average weekly viral load of municipal wastewater in Volos remained stable (0% ), in Corfu (+2%) and in Larissa (+9%).
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