The Swedish Work Environment Authority has now introduced specific guidelines for how ventilation and ventilation can reduce the spread of covid-19 in workplaces. The new guidelines are based on recommendations from the WHO.
Most recently yesterday, a study was presented from Uppsala University where the researchers found traces of covid-19 in the hospital’s ventilation system, which indicates that the infection may be partly airborne.
And the Swedish Work Environment Authority’s recommendations are based on guidelines from both the World Health Organization WHO and the European Infection Control Organization ECDC, both of which highlight ventilation and ventilation as important measures against the spread of infection.
And in for example Germany urges all schools and workplaces to open all windows and ventilate every quarter. It is not known how effective ventilation is against this particular virus, but it has been shown to work against other viruses.
According to Fredrik Haux, with the increasing spread of infection, it is also extra important that ventilation is sufficient for the number of people working in the premises. But shortening meetings and taking air breaks can only make a big difference.
Source: ICELAND NEWS