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Las Vegas Strip Could Be Source of Monkeypox Virus Found in Vegas WastewaterWritten by: Ed Silverstein

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Monkeypox virus is being detected in wastewater coming from the Las Vegas Strip and from at least one treatment plant in the region. There are now 23 probable and confirmed cases of the communicable illness in Clark County residents, according to the local health district. The wastewater includes water flowing from casinos and hotels located
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