How to Protect Your Air Quality from the Coronavirus

The new coronavirus, COVID-19, has the attention of the entire world. This virus has spread rapidly since the outbreak began in China in December 2019.
By: Certified Mold Inspections
 
 
Spread the Word
Listed Under

Tag:
* Coronavirus

Industry:
* Health

Location:
* Mahwah - New Jersey - US

MAHWAH, N.J. - March 5, 2020 - PRLog -- There are different kinds of coronaviruses, most of which only cause mild symptoms and illness, such as a cold. According to the World Health Organization, common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and even death.  We do not know what caused this novel coronavirus (COVID-19), but research is being carried out to find its original source. So how can we combat this new deadly flu? The CDC and the WHO have both stated that washing your hands frequently and steering clear from carriers will be enough, however as more cases are popping up, new precautions are surfacing.

It's no mystery that the air inside our homes, offices and buildings we enter may be  contaminated. What if the building is 'sick' and harboring more than just the Coronavirus?

The reality is bacteria, molds, viruses, and toxins are living and thriving in our homes. Unfortunately, no matter how much cleaning products you use to prevent organic materials from growing, it continues to, from the top to the very bottom of your house.

Air purifier technology today operates  at a high capacity, high efficiency, and ability to clear the air of potential viruses, mold and dangerous particulates.

To help reduce the risk of contracting the coronavirus, cleaning the air in the room is a great step towards warding off the virus. The best way to stop viruses in the air is to install an air purifier. Choose an air purifier that is able to filter out 99.9 percent of pollutants as small as 0.1 micron, including H1N1, an earlier strain of coronavirus similar to 2019-nCoV.

There are several units here (https://moldairpurifiers.com/curated-collections/) with the technology that utilize Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO).

While taking preventative measures to reduce potential exposure can be effective, it's so important to be in touch with your surroundings, and link your environment with your health. If you're unsure of the safety of your environment please connect us today for more information.

Contact
Built For Wellness
***@builtforwellness.com
End
Email:***@builtforwellness.com Email Verified
Tags:Coronavirus
Industry:Health
Location:Mahwah - New Jersey - United States
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse
Built For Wellness News
Trending
Most Viewed
Daily News



Like PRLog?
9K2K1K
Click to Share