Fight the virus.
Good ventilation.
Low PM2.5.

Ensuring low PM2.5 and good ventilation in any space used by occupants.

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Supporting Research

“[…] the risk of infection is much higher in poorly ventilated, crowded areas.”

Appropriate ventilation, when properly applied and designed, can limit the spread of airborne pathogens throughout a healthcare facility.”

“no one knows how long stagnant, coronavirus-ridden air can linger in office spaces”

“According to the recent SIMA analysis of Covid-19 diffusion in Italy, the atmospheric particulate matter exercises a carrier (or boost) action along with the virus.”

“A small increase in long-term exposure to PM2.5 leads to a large increase in the COVID-19 death rate.”