Air Ventilation, Humidity and Pollution in Covid-19

Jan
25
07:00 PM

Environmental factors affect the transmission of SARS-CoV-2. Closed and poorly ventilated spaces increase the risk of transmission of Covid-19. Dry air also allows the virus to remain suspended in the air. Understanding air ventilation and humidity can improve the air quality and reduce the risk of spread of Covid-19. Join us today on Dr. KK's Medtalks at 7pm with Dr. Shashank Joshi and Dr. Rahul Pandit for a discussion on air ventilation, humidity and pollution in Covid-19.


Panelists

Dr.Shashank Joshi

President IAD, Past President ESI and API, Member, COVID -19 Task Force, Maharashtra

Dr.Rahul Pandit

Director, Department of Critical Care at Fortis Hospital, Mumbai and Member, COVID-19 Task Force, Maharashtra


Air Ventilation, Humidity and Pollution in Covid-19

Jan
25
07:00 PM

Environmental factors affect the transmission of SARS-CoV-2. Closed and poorly ventilated spaces increase the risk of transmission of Covid-19. Dry air also allows the virus to remain suspended in the air. Understanding air ventilation and humidity can improve the air quality and reduce the risk of spread of Covid-19. Join us today on Dr. KK's Medtalks at 7pm with Dr. Shashank Joshi and Dr. Rahul Pandit for a discussion on air ventilation, humidity and pollution in Covid-19.

Panelists

Dr.Shashank Joshi

President IAD, Past President ESI and API, Member, COVID -19 Task Force, Maharashtra

Dr.Rahul Pandit

Director, Department of Critical Care at Fortis Hospital, Mumbai and Member, COVID-19 Task Force, Maharashtra

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