Constant airflow reduces the risk for viral transmission

Sadly, it was impossible for me to hold up my job from home while we were in COVID-19! My office handles secure files, plus we couldn’t risk the potential security breaches involved with remote work. All of us asked our IT manager if we could use our own tablets from home to access the secure file server; that question almost pushed him to the brink! So, we continued finally working in the office, however we took precautions. Mask-wearing was required. But, we also made a lot of variations to our ventilation process. Since we knew that the illness was spread via droplets, we figured that keeping a constant airflow would decrease our likelihood of any droplets lingering for too long, and all of the windows in the office were open while we were in business ninths, plus we bought window fans to create cross breezes, while we rarely need to use our air conditioner (our region has an easily mild temperature), we kept the air conditioning system system’s fan running 24/7 (even when we weren’t in the office). Both of us set up numerous box fans around the office, so that the air wouldn’t linger in any place for too long. Both of us also kept the ventilation fans in the bathrooms running all morning, the HEPA filters that we bought worked well, too. Both of us ultimately weren’t sure if the special air filters would option up COVID droplets; however, we figured that it was better to be safe than sorry. Before doing all of this, we sought advice from our corporation’s trusted heating in addition to A/C corporation; they told us that these were all great ideas, even if they weren’t the most efficient. Both of us figured it was worth the energy cost if it kept us from getting sick. By the time everyone began getting vaccinated, none of us had ever had a positive COVID test! I think our ventilation adjustments worked!