COVID is AIRBORNE
Canadian Experts Share Their Recommendations
The SARS-CoV2 virus is in the air — at close range and further away.
This clear science can no longer be denied.
Occupational health specialists and others from Canada and around the world have delivered this message since the pandemic began.
PAST EVENT RESOURCES
REALITY CHECK, MODELLING & SURVEILLANCE TO GUIDE FUTURE RESPONSES
Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW)
STUDIES / Reports
Supported by the Coalition
What were the historical reasons for the resistance to recognizing airborne transmission during the COVID-19 pandemic?*
Indoor Air (International Journal of Indoor Environment and Health)
Proposed Non-infectious Air Delivery Rates (NADR) for Reducing Exposure to Airborne Respiratory Infectious Diseases
The Lancet COVID-19 Commission Task Force on Safe Work, Safe School, and Safe Travel
with contributions from
*See also a PDF version of the long Twitter thread by Jose-Luis Jimenez, the lead author on the above article,
The following documents were developed by Coalition members in tandem with the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE)
Note: You must register on the OSPE site in order to view the document
CALLS TO ACTION
Practical Solutions Based on Public Health Fundamentals for Homes and Workplaces
Infographics prepared by Aerosol Transmission Coalition and supported by: Canadian Registration Board for Occupational Hygienists. (CRBOH), COVID-STOP, Masks4Canada, Occupational Hygiene Association of Ontario (OHAO), Protect our Province (Alberta, B.C., Québec), Workplace Health Without Borders (WHWB), World Health Network (WHN), Zero COVID Canada.
Making Recommendations to Government Leaders and Public Health Officials
Translating Science Into Action Through Expert Recommendations
Made by Volunteer Members of the Coalition
In THE MEDIA
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