Study: Classroom Flu Transmission May Fall With Higher Humidity

Simply raising humidity levels in school classrooms may be an effective, nonpharmaceutical way of preventing flu transmission among schoolchildren, according to a study conducted by Mayo Clinic. The researchers compared samples from 650 rooms, 320 of them with added humidity, and found fewer samples positive for influenza A in the humidified rooms. They also found fewer fomites (infectious particles on surfaces and in total air, according to the Center for Infectious Disease and Research...

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