Stacey Walker, Lab Manager The South Platte Water Renewal Partners prepares samples of raw sewage May 12, 2020 at their facility to send out to be tested at the BioBot Analytics Lab in Massachusetts. The South Platte Water Renewal Partners are participating in a sewage study in an attempt to determine how much of the population is infected with the coronavirus and where the hot spots might be located. The South Platte Water Renewal Partners serves Englewood, Littleton and 21 smaller sewage systems. (John Leyba, The Colorado Sun)

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