A paradigm shift to combat indoor respiratory infection

  title={A paradigm shift to combat indoor respiratory infection},
  author={L. Morawska and Joseph G Allen and W. Bahnfleth and P. Bluyssen and A. Boerstra and G. Buonanno and Junji Cao and S. Dancer and A. Floto and F. Franchimon and T. Greenhalgh and Charles Haworth and J. Hogeling and C. Isaxon and J. Jimenez and J. Kurnitski and Yuguo Li and M. Loomans and G. Marks and L. Marr and L. Mazzarella and A. Melikov and Shelly L Miller and D. Milton and W. Nazaroff and P. Nielsen and C. Noakes and J. Peccia and K. Prather and X. Querol and C. Sekhar and O. Sepp{\"a}nen and S. Tanabe and J. Tang and R. Tellier and K. Tham and P. Wargocki and A. Wierzbicka and M. Yao},
  pages={689 - 691}
Building ventilation systems must get much better There is great disparity in the way we think about and address different sources of environmental infection. Governments have for decades promulgated a large amount of legislation and invested heavily in food safety, sanitation, and drinking water for public health purposes. By contrast, airborne pathogens and respiratory infections, whether seasonal influenza or COVID-19, are addressed fairly weakly, if at all, in terms of regulations… Expand


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