A fascinating article by Chris Mooney, Perry Stein and Aaron Steckelberg in the Washington Post highlights the work that is under way to reopen school and office buildings, with the focus on bringing in plenty of fresh air.

Experts are recommending measures to help create healthy indoor spaces across the US while balancing the cost and practicality of changes. These include fitting additional levels of filtration to air-conditioning systems and the addition of UV-C lights to help kill airborne viruses.

This move follows suggested evidence that shows Covid-19 can also travel in aerosolized droplets that float and linger in the air, and are passed on by people simply breathing or talking.

Read the full article here