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Study finds mechanical ventilation reduces Covid risk by half compared to open windows

Building ventilation systems reduce the spread of airborne diseases by half compared to natural ventilation for schools, offices and hospitality venues, according to research. Ventilation specialists S&P UK has released the findings of detailed research carried out by its European ...

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HSE to lead one of seven studies as part of a national Covid-19 research programme

Britain’s regulator for workplace health and safety has been asked to lead one of seven studies as part of a national Covid-19 research programme. The programme, funded by the UK government and fronted by the Government’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Sir ...

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WHO backs industry stance on airborne Covid-19 threat

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has belatedly acknowledged the threat posed by airborne transmission of the coronavirus following months of warnings from ventilation and air quality experts. WHO officials said “evidence was emerging” that Covid-19 can spread through the air ...

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Microbiologist report confirms hand dryers unlikely to spread Covid-19

Following research into Covid-19 transmission, independent microbiologist, Dr. David L Webber, has confirmed that the use of hand dryers in the washroom does not contribute to the spread of the novel coronavirus. The report, commissioned by Airdri Ltd, seeks to ...

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