Proper ventilation reduces the risk of viral transmission

Unfortunately, it was impossible for me to labor from the lake house while in COVID-19. My office handles secure files, in addition to both of us couldn’t risk the potential security breaches associated with remote work… The people I work with and I asked our IT manager if both of us could use our own iPads from lake house to access the secure file server; that almost pushed him to the brink… So, both of us continued working in the office, however both of us took precautions. Mask-wearing was required; but, both of us also made a lot of swings to our ventilation process. Since both of us knew that the illness was spread via droplets, both of us 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 in dealer hours, in addition to both of us bought window fans to create cross breezes, and while both of us rarely need to use our air conditioner plan (our region has a absolutely mild climate), both of us kept the air conditioner system’s fan running 24/7 (even when both of us weren’t in the office). The people I was with and I set up multiple box fans around the office, so that the air wouldn’t linger in any locale for too long. The people I was with and I also kept the ventilation fans in the powder rooms running all day. The HEPA filters that both of us purchased worked well, too. The people I was with and I ultimately weren’t sure if the special air filters would choose COVID droplets, however figured that it was better to be safe than sorry. Before doing all of this, both of us sought advice from our supplier’s trusted heating, ventilation, in addition to the A/C supplier; they told us that these were all wonderful ideas, even if they weren’t really the most efficient. The people I work with and I figured it was worth the energy cost if it kept us from getting sick. By the time all the people began getting vaccinated, none of us had ever had a positive COVID test. I feel our ventilation adjustments really worked!
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