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  • Preventing Airborne Infection in the Operating Theatre
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    “Air quality deserves close attention”: Preventing Airborne Infection in the Operating Theatre  read part 1 of this blog post here. Air Contamination in the Operating Theatre For decades, a surgical patient’s risk of becoming infected was considered largely a factor
  • Preventing Airborne Infection in Operating Theatre
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    “Air quality deserves close attention”: Preventing Airborne Infection in the Operating Theatre  A few years back, in an operating theatre at a Japanese hospital, two physicians and two nurses donned gowns and gloves and prepared for a total knee replacement
  • Singing, Covid-19, and the Future of Live Entertainment
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    Singing, Covid-19, and the Future of Live Entertainment – Part 2 Read part 1 of this blog post here. Since the early days of the covid-19 pandemic, singing has been a super-spreading culprit leading to an effect on the future
  • Singing, Covid-19, and the Future of Live Entertainment
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    “Particles shoot out like a geyser”: Singing, Covid-19, and the Future of Live Entertainment Since the early days of the covid-19 pandemic, singing has been a super-spreading culprit leading to an effect on the future of live entertainment. Around the
  • Hospitals Must Prepare for the Next Pandemic
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    Read part one of this blog post here. “We Need to Face Reality Here”: Hospitals Must Prepare for the Next Pandemic What Hospitals Must Do to Avert the Next Pandemic Certainly, many critical pandemic precautions fall beyond the scope of hospitals.
  • Hospitals Must Prepare for the Next Pandemic
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    “We Need to Face Reality Here”: Hospitals Must Prepare for the Next Pandemic  Back in 2018, a year before SARS-CoV-2 began stalking the globe, American scholars issued a report on the likely traits of the next pandemic pathogen.  The scholars, from the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, were on the hunt
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    A live music festival reimagined for the COVID-19 era. Every January, Dublin’s famed Temple Bar district erupts with music and joy, as TradFest Temple Bar — a five-day celebration of Irish music and culture — draws top bands and massive crowds
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    Read part one of this blog post here. Infectious Aerosols: Small but Potent Many Covid-19 precautions — plexiglass dividers, desks spaced 6 feet apart, reduced restaurant occupancy — are premised on the notion that large droplets, generated by sneezes and coughs, pose
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    Covid-19 Aerosols Are Infectious, And More Dangerous than Droplets – Part 1 More and more evidence supports the case that Covid-19 Aerosols are infectious and more dangerous than droplets, in this blog post we take a look at how a
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    Read part one of this blog post here. Aerosol Transmission of Covid: More Prevalent than Presumed For months into the pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) insisted close-range, large-droplet spread was
  • Novaerus
    Todd M. Pope, Executive Chairman of UV Innovators appointed President and CEO of WellAir WellAir’s flagship product, the Defend 1050, a portable air cleaning system which utilizes patented plasma-based technology, received U.S. FDA clearance in January 2021 WellAir, a leader
  • 2-Metre-Rule
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    “People think they are protected indoors and they’re really not” Six months into the Covid-19 pandemic, an American governor recounted a visit she’d made to a local business. Upon entering, she didn’t wear a mask, she told her TV audience,