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dc.contributor.authorT. Takeda-
dc.contributor.authorM. Kitajima-
dc.contributor.authorN. T. T. Huong-
dc.contributor.authorA. S. Setiyawan-
dc.contributor.authorT. Setiadi-
dc.contributor.authorD. T. Hung-
dc.contributor.authorE. Haramoto-
dc.description.abstractThis mini review describes the current status and challenges regarding institutionalisation of wastewater surveillance systems against COVID-19. Monitoring SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater has been proposed to be a potential tool to understand the actual prevalence of COVID-19 in the community, and it could be an effective approach to monitor the trend during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, challenges to institutionalise wastewater surveillance systems are still abundant and unfolding at a rapid rate given that the international understanding regarding the scientific knowledge and socio-political impacts of COVID-19 are in the developing stages. To better understand the existing challenges and bottlenecks, a comparative study between Japan, Viet Nam, and Indonesia was carried out in the present study. Through gaining a better understanding of common issues as well as issues specific to each country, we hope to contribute to building a robust multistakeholder system to monitor SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater as an effective disease surveillance system for
dc.publisherWater Science & Technologyvi
dc.titleInstitutionalising wastewater surveillance systems to minimise the impact of COVID-19: cases of Indonesia, Japan and Viet Namvi
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