NC testing wastewater for monkeypox

Across the state of North Carolina, labs are testing wastewater for monkeypox.  So far, the Department of Health and Human Services says there as been none detected.

For two weeks, 25 locations have been tested, but it is still not clear how much of the virus needs to be present to be detected.

This follows two years of testing wastewater for COVID-19.  Testing for Coronavirus is helping state health officials monitor different strains.  The News & Observer has an in depth look at what is being done and if it matters.  To read the full story click here.