CSU Is Literally Protecting Their Air From COVID-19
Colorado State University is taking all the precautions when it comes to COVID-19.
With students back in the dorms and (some) back in the classrooms, the university wants to make sure that everyone feels safe and is protected from COVID-19 as much as possible. The Facilities Management Team has decided to take a look at the air quality in buildings on all campuses to ensure every structure has proper ventilation.
According to Colorado State University: "Facilities Management has increased the amount of outdoor air brought in to university buildings, when possible, and if necessary installed portable HEPA filtration units."
With these proactive efforts, CSU is helping reduce the spread of COVID-19 indoors.
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