Sewage treatment workers not more likely to carry antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Employees at sewage and wastewater treatment plants in the Netherlands and Germany are not more likely to carry antibiotic-resistant bacteria than other people.
Antimicrobial resistance is increasing on a global level. It is difficult to treat infections caused by resistant bacteria.
At the beginning of 2019, the RIVM measured the air quality around the landfill at Philipsburg, Sint Maarten for two weeks. No or hardly any harmful substances were measured.
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