Coronavirus found in wastewater covering 17 Adelaide suburbs

Urgent call for residents of 17 suburbs to get tested for Covid-19 after coronavirus was detected in wastewater A 'low positive result' of coronavirus has been found in Adelaide wastewater The catchment covers 17 suburbs in the city's west, SA authorities confirmed Residents have been urged to get tested for even the most mild of symptoms 

By Eliza Mcphee For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 14:38 BST, 1 May 2021 | Updated: 14:39 BST, 1 May 2021

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Residents in 17 Adelaide suburbs have been put on high alert after fragments of coronavirus were detected in wastewater.

South Australia Health authorities confirmed on Saturday a 'low positive result' had been detected from the BH02 sub-catchment zone which covers areas from North Haven down to West Lakes Shore in the city's west.

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'This result could be explained by historic cases, however it is a timely reminder that people should get tested for COVID-19 with even the mildest of symptoms,' SA Health said.

South Australia Health authorities confirmed on Saturday a 'low positive result' had been detected from the BH02 sub-catchment zone which covers areas from North Haven down to West Lakes Shore in the city's west (pictured wastewater treatment plan in Adelaide)

South Australia Health authorities confirmed on Saturday a 'low

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