We know that wearing a good N95 respirator is a great way to significantly reduce risk of catching airborne viruses like SARS CoV2 / COVID. However, some situations necessitate mask removal for care. How can we reduce our risk at… Read More »COVID safety at the dentist / orthodontist
When someone in your household needs to quarantine at home, you want them to be isolated from others as much as possible. Remember that the virus transmits predominantly through the air, so sanitizing surfaces is not enough.Read More »Someone in my home has COVID. How do we isolate safely?
SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, can float in the air like smoke. Aerosolized particles can linger in poorly ventilated indoor spaces, spreading farther than 6 feet from its source. We need to think about controlling the source of the virus indoors, about ventilation (mixing more outdoor air with indoor air), and about air filtration and cleaning devices.Read More »Ventilation
A comprehensive crash course in COVID school safety!
Session 1: How is COVID-19 transmitted and how can we protect kids, teachers, staff, families? Dr. Kimberly Prather, Dr. Denise Dewald, Dr. Linsey Marr, Dr. Richard Corsi, David Elfstrom, Dr. Dustin Poppendieck, Jim Rosenthal, Dr. Robert “Chip” T. Schooley, Dr. Howard Taras, Ian RickseckerRead More »Expert forum: #DeltaSchoolsAirborne