Education

Making It Safer to Send Our kids Back to School

Posted on: September 1, 2020 | By Mike Booth

The recent coronavirus pandemic has placed a spotlight on school safety and the reopening of classrooms across the United States; a mix of local mandates and orders have kept some kids home with virtual learning, while others have opted for in-person classes. Still, parents, school officials and community members are concerned about the health and […]

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Dangers of Virus Transmission in Public Spaces

Posted on: August 26, 2020 | By Mike Booth

The recent—and ongoing—COVID-19 pandemic has made the public keenly aware of the dangers of aerosol transmission of viruses and bacteria, but recent studies has found another potential transmission culprit: public toilets. Researchers from Sun Yat-Sen University tested fecal samples from COVID-19 patients and found that some had potential to pass the virus along, because the […]

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Scientists Agree: The Airborne Transmission of COVID19 is a Real Risk

Posted on: July 10, 2020 | By Mike Booth

Recent news on COVID-19 airborne threat Until now, there have been conflicting messages related to the risk of the airborne transmission of COVID-19. A group of 239 scientists in 32 countries have published their open letter to global health community to present the evidence. In their letter, the highly qualified group state: Multiple studies “have […]

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The truth about COVID-19 and air purifiers

Posted on: March 31, 2020 | By Mike Booth

FACT: No air purifier can stop the COVID-19 coronavirus.  While AeraMax Professional air purifiers are highly effective at removing various viruses and airborne pollutants from enclosed spaces, NO AIR PURIFIER CAN CURRENTLY CLAIM TO CAPTURE AND ELIMINATE COVID-19—it is simply too early to know. Still, AeraMax Professional air purifiers should be considered as part of […]

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Little Lungs, Big Difference

Posted on: February 6, 2020 | By Mike Booth

The Tiny Sprouts Early Childhood Center in Rutherford, NJ had a problem. An odor and germ problem. The daycare center catered to everyone from infants and toddlers to preschoolers in four classroom settings—and that meant odors from diapers and contact germs covering toys and learning materials. According to Director Emily Sousa, seasonality made the issue […]

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