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Monkeypox is spreading in the Bay Area. Stanford wastewater data shows the region's hot spots.

Original post made on Jul 26, 2022

Evidence of the monkeypox virus has shown up in Bay Area wastewater since mid-June, indicating the presence of infection, according to data from Stanford University's Sewer Coronavirus Alert Network.

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