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ICYMI: White House turns to air quality in latest effort to thwart coronavirus - the washington post

“...But research has shown that it is often transmitted through the air in far smaller and more numerous particles that are aerosolized and, therefore, can travel longer distances – and require very different approaches to managing.”

In a recent article by the Washington Post, “White House turns to air quality in latest effort to thwart coronavirus,” the spotlight is on the need for better ventilation in buildings to limit the spread of COVID-19. Following initial assertions from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) that the virus could only be spread through large droplets in the air and close contact, the White House has finally acknowledged the link between indoor air quality and the transmission of COVID-19 via bioaerosols. The benefits to pursuing healthier indoor air quality have never been more apparent. But standard air purification methods such as air filtration may not be sufficient to protect against an unpredictable virus such as COVID-19. Fortunately, new air sterilization technology on the market can redefine and elevate the standards of what we consider optimal air quality. Building owners and facility managers investing in SteriSpace means better health outcomes for occupants and the buildings themselves. SteriSpace® reduces airborne bacteria and viruses similar to coronavirus from the air in a single pass, while continuously recirculating sterilized air.

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