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Sep 10, 2020

Outdoor interactions are safer when it comes to COVID-19, but what can be done to improve ventilation in buildings? Dr. Ana María Rule, a Hopkins ventilation expert, talks with Stephanie Desmon about how ventilation systems can reduce the risk of exposure, whether heating or air conditioning are different, and whether airplane ventilation systems are better or worse than buildings. Dr. Rule also breaks down a case study of a restaurant in China which led to an outbreak of COVID-19 due to poor ventilation.