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Ventilation reduces the risk of COVID. So why are we still ignoring it?

By Lidia Morawska, Professor, Science and Engineering Faculty; Director, International Laboratory for Air Quality and Health (WHO CC for Air Quality and Health); Director - Australia, Australia – China Centre for Air Quality Science and Management (ACC-AQSM), Queensland University of Technology
Guy B. Marks, Scientia Professor, Faculty of Medicine and Health, UNSW Sydney
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When it comes to reducing the spread of COVID, ventilation is often an afterthought. But cleaner air needs to be front and centre of our COVID mitigation strategy. Here’s why.The Conversation


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