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Protect Your Students and Faculty With Proper Indoor Air Hygiene

Mon., September 21, 2020, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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It is a fact that COVID-19 is airborne and carried by aerosols. Join Kris Howard, President of Madison Indoor Air Hygiene, as he provides the steps you can take in protecting students and faculty from virus spread. Faculty, students, and parents have all managed through incredible challenges over the past several months, and our goal is to provide practical solutions that can make the learning environment safer for all.

The importance of the air we breathe goes beyond the pandemic, with studies showing improved health outcomes, great ability to concentrate, and even better test scores. We will explore the basic building blocks of a proper Indoor Air Hygiene program, and how proven technologies can be deployed that don’t need long construction cycles or large capital project appropriations.

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Kris Howard
President, Madison Indoor Air Hygiene

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