Omicron Detected in Wastewater Treatment Plants

Wastewater treatment plant <fn>Washington Examiner</fn>

The omicron variant of COVID-19 has been detected in water samples from nearly every wastewater treatment plant in Houston, highlighting its quick spread.

Washington Examiner

How does COVID-19 omicron variant make it to the water treatment plants? Think about this for a minute, or more. Actually, take your time imagining this.

You take a shit or a piss, and you flush it. Then it may seat on a sump somewhere before it travels through the endless maze of pipelines throughout the city.

How long would it take to travel to the treatment center?

Once there, and endless of chemical everyone uses and disposes through the system, this variant somehow survives.

One can only continue to imagine that the omicron is in manufactured product people consume or apply themselves. Like food, cleansing, or bathing.

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