Study shows Nairobi River has alarming levels of antibiotics

  04 June 2019

According to a global study conducted by York University researchers, concentrations of antibiotics found in some of the world’s rivers exceed “safe” levels by up to 300 times. Sites, where antibiotics exceeded these levels by the greatest degree, were in Bangladesh, Kenya, Ghana, Pakistan, and Nigeria.

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