COVID-19 levels drop in Saskatoon wastewater but still some of the highest researchers have seen
The amount of COVID-19 detected in Saskatoon's wastewater declined by 61 per cent compared to the week prior, according to researchers.
That's according to the latest data released by a Univesity of Saskatchewan research team monitoring the city's sewage.
The data is based on samples collected between Sept. 9-14.
Because the population is partially vaccinated, the data collected by the team may or not be reflected by an increase in active cases, according to the research team.
North Battleford and Prince Albert also saw drops, 15 and 33 per cent respectively.