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The Hidden Dangers
in our Classrooms

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Air Pollution

Air pollution is invisible. It travels freely
in the air and enters our buildings
through open doors and windows, and
through ventilation systems

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Virus Transmission

Why are virus transmission risks greater
in indoor spaces, and what can be
done to reduce these risks?

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Poor Ventilation

Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels increase
in poorly ventilated spaces which
impacts cognitive function and
increases exposure to air pollution and
virus transmission risks

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