Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on water consumption behaviour

  title={Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on water consumption behaviour},
  author={Marcus Andr{\'e} Siqueira Campos and Sofia Le{\~a}o Carvalho and Sandra Kurotusch Melo and Giovanna Bueno Fernandes Reis Gonçalves and J{\'e}ssica Rodrigues dos Santos and Renata Lima Barros and Uiara Talitta Martins Ara{\'u}jo Morgado and Estefane da Silva Lopes and Ricardo Prado Abreu Reis},
  journal={Water Supply},
Access to drinking water is essential for life, and an adequate and constant distribution of water is necessary during the occurrence of contagious diseases and pandemic situations. Currently, COVID-19, caused by the SARS-COV-2 coronavirus, has spread throughout the world, and in Brazil, more than 5,300,000 cases and 157,000 deaths had been reported by 26th October 2020. Water is regarded as one of the most important resources in a pandemic, in order to provide the necessary sanitary… 

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