From Maine Indoor Air Quality Council

Practical Building Recommendations to Reduce Virus Transmission
Updated 11/23/2020
Prepared by Kristofer G. Anderson, P.E., Bath, ME

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Blog Archives – Maine Indoor Air Quality Council

Manage Your Home to Prevent COVID-19 (Written by Executive Director Christine Crocker for Green & Healthy Maine Homes Magazine)

The SAFEAIRSPACES COVID-19 Aerosol Relative Risk Estimator

Use your parameters for # of occupants, floor space/height, ventilation rate, filtration rate, time indoors, and use of masks to determine transmission risk.


ASHRAE Position Document on Airborne Infectious Disease

COVID-19 Response Resources

From Schools for Health (Harvard School for Public Health)

5 Step Guide to Checking Ventilation Rates in Classrooms

From Educational Plant Maintenance Association

EPMA HVAC Resources

From US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

Improving Ventilation in Your Home
Improving Ventilation in Your Home | CDC

From U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

On-Demand Webinar: Using Ventilation Practices to Promote Healthy IAQ in Schools

On-Demand Webinar: New Tools to Assess and Address IAQ Health & Safety

Indoor Air and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology

A web-based tool called FaTIMA:  Fate and Transport of Indoor Microbiological Aerosols

From Federation of European Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Associations

How to Operate and Use Building Services to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19