Net downward trends were observed in Patras (-81%), Corfu (-50%) and Xanthi (-35%) – Marginal decline in Larissa and Volos.
Increasing trends in the average weekly viral load of SARS-CoV-2 in urban wastewater in five of the twelve areas controlled by the National Wastewater Epidemiology Network (EDEL) of EODY were observed in the week of October 3-9, compared to week 26 September to October 2. Declining trends were observed in five of the twelve regions and stabilization in two.
The trends were clearly increasing in Agios Nikolaos (+83%), and in Attica (+66%), while the increase in the average weekly viral load in municipal wastewater was marginal in Thessaloniki (+25%), Chania (+17%) and in Heraklion (+16%).
Net downward trends were observed in Patras (-81%), Corfu (-50%) and Xanthi (-35%), while the drop in the average weekly viral load of urban sewage in Larissa (-29%) and in Volos (-21%)
Stabilizing trends were observed in Alexandroupolis (+5%) and Ioannina (-8%).
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