Ebola – Lessons to be Learned at Home

The recent outbreak of Ebola in Africa has hit closer to home with reported cases being treated in U.S. hospitals. One aspect of the news reports that is positive for everyone is a heightened awareness around minimizing the potential transmission of viruses in the home or office. While it remains unlikely that the U.S. will have to deal with a widespread outbreak of Ebola, every year millions of people suffer from less harmful viruses in the form of influenza or the common cold.

You can take precautions at home to minimize the transmission of airborne viruses between family members or visitors. The article below provides a good background on viruses and some ways to prevent the spread.

It is important to note that the article refers to indoor air filtration as a primary way to limit virus transmission between building occupants. Only the CirrusAir Strata Plus has been laboratory tested to deliver a dramatic reduction in airborne virus particles.

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October 29, 2014

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