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As of Tuesday, the state’s wastewater dashboard showed virus concentrations were rising in 23 areas, falling in 12 and flat in 21. The increases were relatively small, however, and could reflect fluctuations from sampling, said Talia Quandelacy, an assistant professor of epidemiology at the Colorado School of Public Health. “I think it’s a little bit early to say definitively,” she said.