We know now that poor air quality can increase your chances of complications from COVID-19. Unfortunately, the shutdown may have directly contributed to a decrease in indoor air quality. What can we do to keep our indoor air clean if we go back to lockdown?
As research continues to point to airborne transmission as a factor in the spread of COVID, air purifiers are becoming a powerful tool in reducing transmission. Governor Cuomo has used this information to mandate the use of high-efficiency air filters in all New York malls.
Here at aeris, we have developed an air purifier unit that not only removes viruses, including COVID-19, from the air, but surfaces as well. If you would like to hear more about this product, and generally how to stay safe in this age, you can rewatch aeris's webinar about our new product here.
As we learn more about COVID-19, we are beginning to narrow in on the best ways to prevent its spread. And one of the areas most explored is indoor air quality.
These days, it’s hard to truly know which air purifiers are the most effective. In this blog post, we examine the publicly available testing of both our aeris air purifiers and Molekule’s.
New models and studies are coming out about the various options for re-opening. They show that we can re-open, but that we need to be thoughtful about how we do so.
Your state is about to open: but that doesn’t mean life will back to normal. Here are some tips for staying safe while the coronavirus pandemic rages on.
How poor air quality may be having more of an effect on our weight than we ever imagined.
As COVID-19 research evolves, so does the list of symptoms associated with the disease. Here are the latest updates. Read More
With news about how COVID-19 gets transmitted changing every day, it is important to keep up on the latest news when making a decision about whether to buy an air purifier. Here’s what we know, and what we don’t. Read More
How the size and shape of the coronavirus can inform how we protect ourselves, from masks to air purifiers. Read More
Social distancing may help you stay protected from the coronavirus, but it can also be unhealthy to stay cooped up for so long. Here is how to be healthy even while staying home. Read More