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NEWS ALERT: The EPA addresses the use of air purifiers for COVID-19.

"When used along with other best practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, operating an air cleaner can be part of a plan to protect yourself and your family" — www.epa.gov

The CDC confirms that airborne viruses may be able to infect people who are more than 6 feet away

These transmissions occurred within enclosed spaces that had inadequate ventilation.

Will an air cleaner or air purifier help protect me and my family from COVID-19 in my home?

When used properly, air purifiers can help reduce airborne contaminants including viruses in a home or confined space.

The CDC Recommends Portable Air Cleaners

Poor indoor air quality can cause a stuffy nose, sore throat, coughing or wheezing, headache, burning eyes, or skin rash.

Health technology policy assessment

Information on how effective in-room air cleaners are and when they should be used.

The Coronavirus in the Air: What We Know and What Can Help

Unfiltered air can look clean. It isn't. In normal times, the air around us can — and does — cause serious health problems, contributing to infectious disease.

Transmission of respiratory diseases