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During the coronavirus pandemic, the employees at Priveq have partly worked from home, like so many others during the year. Now that it’s time to go back to the office, the company has chosen to invest in air quality.
On May the 4th, we held a webinar on virus transmission and air cleaning in the wake of the corona pandemic. We discussed the current situation, transmission routes and how air cleaning can reduce the risk of getting infected.
The coronavirus pandemic is a generational disaster and has taken a hard toll on us all. As people move towards the ‘new normal’, we should ask ourselves what lessons we must learn going forward about virus transmission and the importance of ensuring safe indoor air?
QleanAir Holding AB (publ), the premium supplier of solutions for indoor air cleaning, increased the delivery of clean indoor air to a volume corresponding to 10.22 (9.77) Ericsson Globe Arenas per hour during the end of first quarter. This corresponds to 4.45 (4.26) billion m³ of cleaned indoor air per month at the end of the first quarter of 2021 compared with the end of 2020.