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Gallatin County, Week of November 8, 2020

Composite samples collected: November 10-11, 2020 over the previous 24 hour period.

Big Sky, MT: Positive.

Levels Relative to Previous Week: Similar

Sars-CoV2 GeneGenomes per Liter
Influent 1N1503,284Average N1:
Influent 2N1445,437474,360
Influent 1N2505,137Average N2:
Influent 2N2410,577457,857

West Yellowstone, MT: Positive

Levels Relative to Previous Week: Similar

Sars-CoV2 GeneGenomes per Liter
Influent 1N151,332Average N1:
Influent 2N181,51266,422
Influent 1N253,896Average N2:
Influent 2N210,99032,443

Three Forks, MT: Positive

Levels relative to previous week: Lower

Sars-CoV2 GeneGenomes per Liter
Influent 1N139,752Average N1:
Influent 2N164,89552,324
Influent 1N218,226Average N2:
Influent 2N262,29440,260

Belgrade, MT: Positive

Levels relative to previous week: Higher

Sars-CoV2 GeneGenomes per Liter
Influent 1N13,704,837Average N1:
Influent 2N13,107,0413,405,939
Influent 1N23,955,475Average N2:
Influent 2N23,139,4723,547,474

Samples were collected from respective wastewater treatment plants as a composite over the previous 24-hour period, labeled here as Influent. Upon arrival, duplicate sub-samples were taken and processed in parallel. Testing can detect two nucleocapsid genes present in the SARS-CoV2 genome, N1 and N2. Genome concentration is estimated based on sample signal relative to standards of known concentration.