FAQ About IAQ and the Coronavirus – From The EPA

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has gotten its fair share of indoor air quality questions as it pertains to COVID-19. Why they are not talked about as often as the CDC or WHO in the news, they have been working behind the scene to help keep us safe during these trying times.

The EPA has issued a list of frequently asked questions that they get all of the time and have offered a convenient place to get those answers. Some of their most asked questions are:

  • Will an Ozone Generator protect me and my family from COVID-19?
  • Where can professionals who manage schools, offices, and commercial buildings get info on ventilation and filtration to respond to COVID-19?
  • Are there HVAC guidelines for building and maintenance professionals to follow to help protect against COVID-19?
  • Will an air purifier help protect me from COVID-19?
  • Is ventilation important for indoor air quality during the COVID-19 pandemic?
  • What type of filter should I use in my HVAC to help protect against COVID-19?

There are other question and answer topics that you may also find relevant in your search for answers. You can read the full Q&A by clicking here, these were originally posted by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

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