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News, Articles, Studies, Scientific Journals, and other related content to biosecurity,

indoor air quality, air remediation, and air ionization. 

NYT:The Newest Hotel Amenity? Virus-Scrubbed Air

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Hotels, and even some cruise ships, are installing state-of-the-art filtration systems that claim to tackle the coronavirus where it is believed to be the most dangerous: in the air.

Tom Grillo

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A national study on long-term exposure to air pollution and COVID-19 mortality in the United States

Air pollution and COVID-19 mortality in the United States: Strengths and limitations of an ecological regression analysis

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Tiny air pollution rise linked to 11% more Covid-19 deaths – study

Evidence is now strong enough that preventive action should be taken, scientists say

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Indiana Welcome Center installs bipolar ionization system to kill COVID-19

The Indiana Welcome Center is installing a state-of-the-art bipolar ionization system to kill COVID-19.

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The airborne lifetime of small speech droplets and their potential importance in SARS-CoV-2 transmission

Speech droplets generated by asymptomatic carriers of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) are increasingly considered to be a likely mode of disease transmission.

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Evidence of Long-Distance Droplet Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 by Direct Air Flow in a Restaurant in Korea

The transmission mode of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 is primarily known as droplet transmission. However, a recent argument has emerged about the possibility of airborne transmission. 

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Military-grade camera shows risks of airborne coronavirus spread

As winter approaches, the United States is grappling with a jaw-dropping surge in the number of novel coronavirus infections. 

NYT: The Coronavirus Is Airborne Indoors.

Why Are We Still Scrubbing Surfaces?

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Scientists who initially warned about contaminated surfaces now say that the virus spreads primarily through inhaled droplets....

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