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When CO2 spikes above 1000 ppm, it could mean there is a virus transmission risk from too many people in one room of your home. Mitigate your risk: reduce occupancy, ventilate immediately, and tighten social distance protocols.
Common cleaning products meant to fight the virus on surfaces can create serious health hazards. When VOCs are above 1000 ppb, review possible VOC sources, properly ventilate, run fans, purifiers, and, if the outdoor air quality is good, open windows.
Particles such as dust can be too small to see, yet they can damage your respiratory health, as well as make recovering from COVID-19 more challenging. When PM2.5 goes over 35 μg/m3, use an air purifier and replace filters timely to ensure every breath you take is clean.
COVID-19 is caused by a virus called SARS-COV-2. This particular virus hates relative humidity levels between 40-60%. Activate a humidifier/dehumidifier to maintain the ideal range in your home or office.
Maintaining an indoor room temperature above75.2°F can create cardiovascular and breathing issues over time. Action: monitor the temperature indoors to help your immune system fight off colds and viruses near-term and in the future.
We gave every employee an Awair air quality sensor, and several found serious, health-threatening issues in their homes. From gas leaks, to dampness, to dust, to CO2 accumulation. I can very much recommend finding out what your air quality is like.