One of the key elements in providing a safe return to the school is a good air quality. As one of the main transmission routes of the SARS-CoV-2 virus is via airborne aerosols, it is necessary to ensure good ventilation of indoor spaces. In rooms without air exchange the virus can linger in the air and remain infectious for several hours, so by ensuring sufficient air exchange this contagion risk can be greatly reduced.

See what ISTITUTO IMMACOLATA CONCEZIONE (ISTITUTO IC), a primary school in Milan, did to ensure good air quality. Download the full case study HERE