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As of Wednesday, wastewater from eight utilities showed increasing amounts of the virus; 19 showed decreases; and 27 had essentially stable virus levels. For the state as a whole, wastewater concentrations are trending down, said Bailey Fosdick, an associate professor of biostatistics and informatics at the Colorado School of Public Health.