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COVID-19 viral particles spread between people more readily indoors than outdoors. When indoors, ventilation mitigation strategies layered with other public health measures such as masking, can help reduce viral particle concentration.
An appropriate ventilation system operation should be configured to meet a room's specific requirements. There is no one-size-fits-all solution; mitigation strategies that work must target building types, behaviours, and environmental factors specific to that space.
Always consult with an HVAC professional regarding any changes to the system and its equipment.
Here are some simple ways to improve your ventilation today:
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