To curb outbreak, San Diego will power wash “fecally contaminated” city – Ars Technica


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Posted on Sep 12 2017 - 10:14am by Zennie Abraham


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San Diego California has turned to pressure washing its “fecally contaminated” downtown with bleach-spiked water every other week and installing dozens of hand washing stations to try to curb an aggressive outbreak of hepatitis A infections, the
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