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Belgium has mandated carbon dioxide monitors in certain venues to help fight COVID – but how useful are they?

By Nicola Carslaw, Professor, Indoor Air Chemistry, University of York
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Carbon dioxide levels can be a proxy for the amount of airborne coronavirus in a room, but plenty of things can mess with the measurements.

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