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Table salt and poop: Testing for COVID-19 in S.F. sewage - The San Francisco Examiner

Table salt and poop: Testing for COVID-19 in S.F. sewage - The San Francisco Examiner

When people think of the words “COVID-19” and “testing,” the images that come to mind are usually long nasal swabs, wielded by people in full personal protective equipment. Testing individuals has been the main path forward to track the spread of the disease across San Francisco, but it’s not the only available method. Testing sewage — the natural waste we flush down our toilets, as well as shower or sink water — is another tactic, one that can often pinpoint the spread of the disease more quickly than the painstaking testing of individual city residents.Since April, UC Berkeley has been...

October 30, 2020
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TechCrunch Breaks With Event Company Over Homeless Sweep - San Francisco Public Press

TechCrunch Breaks With Event Company Over Homeless Sweep - San Francisco Public Press

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September 18, 2020
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Luxury Event Company Conducts Homeless Sweep Ahead of Tech Conference - San Francisco Public Press

Luxury Event Company Conducts Homeless Sweep Ahead of Tech Conference - San Francisco Public Press

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September 15, 2020
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Golden Gate Bridge fentanyl exposure story is most likely false - The San Francisco Examiner

Golden Gate Bridge fentanyl exposure story is most likely false - The San Francisco Examiner

On Sunday afternoon, news broke that authorities responding to a car crash on Golden Gate Bridge were exposed to fentanyl, a potent opioid designed to treat pain. According to the California Highway Patrol, the four responding personnel — four CHP officers, a fire department employee, a bridge patrol officer and a tow truck driver — exhibited signs of overdose, and were rushed to the hospital. The Alexander Avenue off-ramp was closed and the scene was declared a hazmat situation.It’s a sensational story, and for weekend reporters it was likely a welcome break from wildfire and COVID...

September 16, 2020
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