New research suggests that AC systems may spread virus particles in enclosed spaces, especially problematic for crowds in small places.
A new study published on the Centers for Disease Control website this month could serve as a somber warning to restaurants preparing to open in the weeks ahead.
A NEW study has found that a number of harmful strands of bacteria, associated with meningitis, urinary tract infections and septic arthritis, in car air conditioning systems.
While social distancing and hand-washing are still the best ways to prevent the spread of the virus, some are raising questions about the role of indoor air-filtration systems and the efficacy of air filters in protecting from the virus.
“A large body of research has found that occupants of offices with air conditioning tend to report more sick building syndrome (SBS) symptoms than occupants of naturally ventilated offices,”
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