Ask the Experts: CO2 Monitors for Assessing Covid-19 Risk

Q. Though Omicron cases are at lower levels than they were at the peak in January, I’m still wary of eating inside restaurants or gathering in other enclosed spaces. Can a portable carbon dioxide (CO2) monitor help assure me that the space is adequately ventilated and thus relatively safe from Covid-19? It can be another […]

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