HotSpots H2O: U.S. Great Lakes, Near Record Highs, Pummel Coastal Infrastructure

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The U.S. Great Lakes have surged to unprecedented levels, causing tens of millions of dollars in damage to coastal roads, marinas, and household property.

Virus Hunters Find Coronavirus Clues in Sewage

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Wastewater analysis could provide an early warning of the spread of the new coronavirus.

HotSpots H2O: U.S. Federal Judge Calls for Full Environmental Review of Dakota Access Pipeline

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U.S. District Judge James Boasberg struck down federal permits for the Dakota Access pipeline, calling for a full environmental review

Volunteer Network Rescues Small Alabama Water System with Operator under Quarantine

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Water utilities are concerned that the new coronavirus will lead to staffing shortages.

Water Utilities’ Biggest Coronavirus Concern Is Staffing

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As the coronavirus spreads across the country, water utility leaders say that potential staffing shortages due to illness and quarantine are their biggest current concern in the Covid-19 pandemic.

$1.5 Billion for Water-Bill Assistance Inserted in House Democrats’ Coronavirus Aid Package

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The latest version of the House Democrats’ coronavirus emergency aid package includes $1.5 billion to help Americans pay their water bills during the economic crisis caused by the pandemic.

HotSpots H2O: Coronavirus Threat Rattles Water-Scarce Refugee Camps

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As the coronavirus expands across the globe, millions of refugees living in crowded, ill-equipped camps are bracing for the arrival of the pandemic. 

‘This Is the Time to Act Collectively’: Anticipating Coronavirus Spread, Groups Seek to Scale Up Handwashing and Hygiene Efforts

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Amid the global coronavirus pandemic, handwashing and hygiene are swelling in urgency and support, even though the message being delivered is not new.

Healthcare Facilities in Developing Countries a High Risk for Coronavirus Transmission

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Few healthcare facilities in developing countries have complete water, sanitary, and hygienic services. They are vulnerable to Covid-19 transmission, health experts say.