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Relevant Research: infection control

Follow the most recent and relevant research from the Healthy Buildings Program that relates to coronavirus and infectious disease, as well as relevant contributions relating to infectious disease and the built environment.

Jun 24, 2020
Schools For Health: Risk Reduction Strategies for Reopening Schools
Scientific evidence indicates that risks to students and staff can be kept low if schools adhere to strict control measures and dynamically respond to potential COVID-19 outbreaks. View Research
COVID-19 Healthy Buildings Infection Control Schools
Apr 30, 2020
What Makes an Office Building “Healthy”
In the post-Covid-19 world, buildings will be seen as a first line of defense against disease. Re-populating office spaces must rely on following a hierarchy of controls to minimize risk of exposure, and building performance is at the center of the equation. View Research
Healthy Buildings Infection Control
Mar 10, 2020
Measles Transmission in US Schools: Impact of Vaccines and Infection Control Strategies
The transmission risk for measles is 70 times higher among unvaccinated students. However, additional significant risk reduction is achieved through building-related infection control strategies. View Research
COVID-19 Infection Control
Dec 3, 2019
Residential Environment and Undergraduate Student Health
An increase in available dorm space resulted in a decrease in upper respiratory infections for occupants. View Research
Healthy Buildings Infection Control
Aug 31, 2019
Health Implications of Microbial Exchange via Fomites
Fomites remain an important mechanism of transmission of many microbes in the built environment. View Research
Infection Control
Dec 1, 2013
HVAC filtration for controlling infectious airborne disease transmission indoors
HVAC filtration appears as an effective approach to control influenza infection, which can be more cost-effective than outdoor air ventilation. View Research
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