Air Conditioning Systems Can Spread The Coronavirus, Study Shows
A recent study suggests air conditioning systems could play a role in spreading the coronavirus.
Households across the US are cranking their air conditioners to handle the heat with summer just around the corner. But one alarming new study suggests that the coronavirus can be easily spread though our air conditioning systems. According to University of Maryland environmental health professor Donald Milton, air conditioners can blow around infected droplets that are hanging in the air, "With enough air movement, your nose can pull in large particles," Milton says. Think pollen, for example.
Pictured: Airborne disease particles that can be destroyed with a HEPA Air Filter device.
This can pose huge threats for those living and working in shared spaces such as apartments and nursing homes especially seniors.
What is recommended to make us safe?
Pictured: HEPA Filter Air Purifier.
Having an air purifier in your home can provide many benefits in the fight against viruses and bacteria. HEPA Air Purifier for Home filters 99.97% of dust, pollen, cigarette smoke, odors, mold spores, and pet dander. Filters particles as small as 0.3 microns and larger, and filters air pollution of PM 2.5 (pollution rate) to help improve overall health.
Having a HEPA Air Filter in multiple rooms can provide an overall benefit and is becoming an essential item.
Doctor speaks out about the misconceptions surrounding HEPA filter.
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