How micro-climate measurements can help making facilities safe
There’s a growing body of evidence suggesting that the SARS-CoV-2 virus can be transmitted via small droplets and aerosols.
They are dispersed while talking, sneezing and coughing and can remain airborne for several minutes. This means that buildings have to take into account ventilation and proper air circulation to ensure the safety of people inside. Come and attend our presentation to learn how microclimate measurements can help minimise the risks of airborne COVID19 transmission.