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Effectiveness of Mask Wearing to Control Community Spread ...

· Prior to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the efficacy of community mask wearing to reduce the spread of respiratory infections was controversial because there were no solid relevant data to support their use. During the pandemic, the scientific evidence has increased. Compelling data now demonstrate that community mask wearing is an effective nonpharmacologic …

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Should You Rinse Your Sinuses During The COVID-19 Outbreak ...

· It moisturizes the nose while flushing out allergens and mucus, says John Craig, , an ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeon who specializes in nasal and sinus care (rhinology) at Henry Ford Health System. For those who have had sinus surgery, it helps to clean out postoperative debris. For patients with inflammatory conditions like sinusitis or rhinitis, steroids or antibiotics can also be ...

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Can Nasal Antiseptics Help Prevent COVID-19?

· However, people would likely have to walk around with an antiseptic swab up their nose at all times to prevent COVID-19. “There is some evidence that you could swab your nose with BKC or other antiseptics and that they can last in the nasal mucosa eight to 12 hours," Seidman says. "So you could argue swabbing or spraying your nose every eight hours, but the data frankly just doesn’t exist ...

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Experts call for CO2 sensors as tool in Covid fight ...

· A new study by leading aerosol scientists Zhe Peng and Jose L Jimenez, titled ‘Exhaled CO2 as Covid-19 risk proxy for different indoor environments and activities’, has found that indoor CO2 measurements by low-cost sensors hold promise for mass monitoring of indoor aerosol transmission risk for Covid-19 and other respiratory diseases, but that different CO2 level targets should be set based …

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How CO2 Gas Sensors Could Help Control COVID-19

· REHVA has also published and updated guidance for all building managers regarding the use of HVAC systems and plumbing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using CO 2 gas sensors to ensure good overall IAQ is recommended as a relatively cheap and practical measure to help control COVID-19. References and Further Reading

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Breathing and Covid: The Nose. I think it’s pretty obvious ...

· It’s pretty obvious on the masks, but I’ve noticed it’s really rare people talk about breaithing through the nose to lower Covid exposure. First off, if you can’t b reath through your nose while walking and sleeping there is something wrong with your health[PERIOD]. This isn’t something that should be up for debate, I could see someone debating how much breathing through your nose ...

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