Here’s How Air Purifiers Could Help Reduce Covid-19 Spread

Across the United States school buildings, gyms, and restaurants are installing air purifiers in an effort to reduce the spread of Covid-19 and reassure people that indoor spaces are still safe to visit. Homeowners are also turning to them, to protect their families, writes Chris Baraniuk. Based on reporting, Baraniuk has pulled together a helpful guide detailing what people should consider when buying an air purifier and how to think about them as one part of a broader defense against Covid-19.

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