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Low or negative pressure events in distribution systems may lead to intrusion of pathogenic microorganisms if (i) there is an external source of contamination, and (ii) there is a pathway for the microorganisms to enter. Adverse health implications may result from such events if there is a lack of detection or intervention to mitigate public exposure.

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