Have you been recently worried about the quality of air that you and your family members are living and breathing in? Well, your concern is not unjustified because the air quality matters more than we acknowledge. However, it may not be quite obvious to many and you might often be wondering how to check if the air that you are breathing in is of high quality at all. To help you with this, we have about 6 signs that will serve as an indicator of indoor air quality and let you identify if it is unhealthy or bad for your health at all.
the staff of the Ridgewood blog
Ridgewood NJ, a new CDC MMWR report explores safety precautions that can be taken indoors to reduce transmission of SARS-CoV-2. In particular, the combination of portable high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) cleaners with universal masking policies appears to be very effective in preventing transmission between people in close-contact indoor environments. Previous studies have shown that HEPA air cleaners, portable or built-in, can greatly reduce aerosol transmission in indoor environments.