Office Ventilation raises COVID-19 risk

Dr Narendra Saini
SARS-CoV-2,Covid 19,Update

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death :98,6778
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Discharged,5273201(83.53%) death,98678 (1.56%)

Office ventilation raises Covid-19 risk, says Cambridge study
Ventilation systems in modern office building may increase the risk of exposure to the coronavirus, according to research published in the Journal of Fluid Mechanics. Widely used ‘mixing ventilation’ systems, which are designed to keep conditions uniform in all parts of the room, disperse airborne contaminants evenly throughout the space. These contaminants may include droplets and aerosols, potentially containing viruses.The data available so far indicates that indoor transmission is far more common than outdoor transmission, which is likely due to increased exposure times and decreased dispersion rates for droplets and aerosols

face coverings (nose & mouth) should be part of new normal.

Smoking in any form at this time should be banned in public places as it may increase the spread of virus

Teamwork and feeling of openness is important for winning this Corona war

Dr Narendra Saini
Chairman Scientific
committee DMC
Chairman AMR committee IMA Hq
Past Sec Gen IMA
Director SAINI DIAGNOSTICS ICMR approved lab for RTPCR testing

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