Month: June 2020

Relation Between Humidity and COVID-19?

One component of air quality that hasn’t gotten as much attention is humidity. Stephanie Taylor, infection control consultant at Harvard Medical School, is petitioning alongside companies that make sensors and humidifiers to improve air quality, for the CDC and WHO to adopt guidelines around safe humidity levels—specifically that indoor humidity should be kept between 40% […]

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Puzzles are are thriving despite coronavirus

jigsaw puzzles have emerged as a popular quarantine pastime, leaving puzzle makers scrambling to ship their wares. When states started issuing shelter-in-place orders, White Mountain Puzzles had to shut down both its factories and a warehouse. Since then, White Mountain has opened two new warehouses—something the company had already been considering—and tried to keep up […]

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