Designing Infectious Diseases Resilience Into School Buildings - The Lancet

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Many countries have prioritized schools in their COVID-19 pandemic recovery plans, including funding to support costs associated with reopening safely. These resources represent a once-in-a-generation opportunity for health-based improvements to school buildings, such as improving indoor air quality (IAQ), reducing the risk of airborne infectious disease transmission, and benefit health academic performance. Unfortunately, there are reports of schools spending millions of dollars on unproven or largely ineffective air cleaning technologies like ionizers and other measures such as surface disinfection supplies.

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