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Call for improvement in indoor infection control methods against COVID-19 – Health Europa

A group of researchers are calling for a ‘paradigm shift’ in indoor infection control methods to combat airborne pathogens including COVID-19.



The international group of air quality researchers is demanding universal recognition that infections can be prevented by improving indoor ventilation systems. They have called on the World Health Organization (WHO) to extend the indoor air quality guidelines to include airborne pathogens and to recognise the need to control hazards of airborne transmission of respiratory infections.
The call has been published in the journal Science.
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