New Results from Study: Sub-second heat inactivation of coronavirus
Three coronaviruses (CoVs) have now caused global outbreaks within the past 20 years, with the COVID19 pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2 still ongoing. Methods that can rapidly inactivate viruses, especially CoVs, can play critical roles in ensuring public safety and safeguarding personal health. Heat treatment of viruses to inactive them can be an efficient and inexpensive method, with the potential to be incorporated into various human-occupied spaces.
CDC Confirms COVID-19 Airborne Transmission
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on October 5, confirmed that COVID-19 can be transmitted via airborne means, and a group of U.S. scientists more strongly warned in the medical journal Science, that aerosols lingering in the air could be a major source of COVID-19 transmission, IVP is seeing an uptick in demand.
Galveston ISD installs more than 200 air filters at its schools that can kill COVID19
Galveston ISD plans to install more than 200 new air filtration units in all 12 of its schools, which will be aimed to decrease the risk and spread of COVID-19.