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August 15, 2022
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Improving air quality is key to making people feel safer

Improving air quality in the fight against COVID-19 could give businesses the edge over their competitors and attract more customers, according to a top UK university scientist. Writing in a new report for facilities services provider phs Group, Cambridge University Professor Paul Linden highlights the growing evidence for the airborne transmission of coronavirus and that tackling indoor air quality must be at the forefront of creating COVID-safe environments. The phs Index report was created by air-care specialists at phs and highlights how COVID-19 can spread through the air, alongside research about how consumers feel about spending time in indoor settings.…
Improving air quality is key to making people feel safer

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