Why you absolutely have to ventilate your home

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Why you absolutely have to ventilate your home




Covid-19: Why you absolutely have to ventilate your home


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Covid-19: Why you absolutely have to ventilate your home


Small, simple gestures could be the ones that will save us from the virus, or at least slow down its spread. If the temperatures are not conducive to leaving the windows open at home, it would be a good way to limit the circulation of Covid-19.

Covid-19: Why you absolutely have to ventilate your home

  • "I am flabbergasted", testifies Noé Jasmin, inhabitant of Champigny-sur-Marne. Many windows of the city police station and cars parked nearby were smashed the day after the nighttime firework mortar attack by around 40 people. "In-depth work must be done in these neighborhoods", believes Mayor Laurent Jeanne. (COMPLETE VIDI8RV69F_FR)
    Champigny-sur-Marne: astonishment the day after the fireworks attack on a police station
    “I am flabbergasted”, testifies Noé Jasmin, inhabitant of Champigny-sur-Marne. Many windows of the city police station and cars parked nearby were smashed the day after the nighttime firework mortar attack by around 40 people. “In-depth work must be done in these neighborhoods,” said Mayor Laurent Jeanne. (COMPLETE VIDI8RV69F_FR)

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  • Ten years ago, the 33 miners of Atacama, in northern Chile, trapped for 69 days at more than 600 meters deep, found the surface. Manuel Gonzalez, one of the rescuers, recounts his experience.
    Chile: ten years later, return to the operation to rescue minors
    Ten years ago, the 33 miners of Atacama, in northern Chile, trapped for 69 days at more than 600 meters deep, found the surface. Manuel Gonzalez, one of the rescuers, recounts his experience.

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  • Champigny-sur-Marne:
    Champigny-sur-Marne: “In-depth work must be done in these districts” says the mayor of the city
    In the aftermath of the nightly attack with fireworks on the Champigny-sur-Marne police station, Laurent Jeanne, the mayor of the city, called on the State “to have reinforced means of investigation”.

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This summer, the WHO declared that the aerosol contamination of Sars-Covd2 is something to be taken very seriously. Indeed, microparticles expelled by coughing and sneezing can remain suspended in the air and then be breathed in.

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  • "I am flabbergasted", testifies Noé Jasmin, inhabitant of Champigny-sur-Marne. Many windows of the city police station and cars parked nearby were smashed the day after the nighttime fireworks mortar attack by around 40 people. "In-depth work must be done in these neighborhoods", believes Mayor Laurent Jeanne. (COMPLETE VIDI8RV69F_FR)
    Champigny-sur-Marne: astonishment the day after the fireworks attack on a police station
    “I am flabbergasted”, testifies Noé Jasmin, inhabitant of Champigny-sur-Marne. Many windows of the city police station and cars parked nearby were smashed the day after the nighttime fireworks mortar attack by around 40 people. “In-depth work must be done in these neighborhoods,” said Mayor Laurent Jeanne. (COMPLETE VIDI8RV69F_FR)

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    AFP

  • Ten years ago, the 33 miners of Atacama, in northern Chile, trapped for 69 days at more than 600 meters deep, found the surface. Manuel Gonzalez, one of the rescuers, recounts his experience.
    Chile: ten years later, return to the operation to rescue minors
    Ten years ago, the 33 miners of Atacama, in northern Chile, trapped for 69 days at more than 600 meters deep, found the surface. Manuel Gonzalez, one of the rescuers, recounts his experience.

    AFP logo
    AFP

  • Champigny-sur-Marne:
    Champigny-sur-Marne: “In-depth work must be done in these districts” says the mayor of the city
    In the aftermath of the nightly attack with fireworks on the Champigny-sur-Marne police station, Laurent Jeanne, the mayor of the city, called on the State “to have reinforced means of investigation”.

    Le Figaro logo
    Le Figaro

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Many scientists in the medical profession thus encourage the ventilation of interior spaces. This is the case of Anne Casetta, head of the hospital hygiene service at Cochin hospital in Paris, who explained this theory in an interview with Le Parisien.

“Opening the windows wide reduces the concentration of viruses in the air. We know that contamination depends on the infectious dose. The more you dilute it, the lower the risk of getting infected. Much of the virus goes outside, ”she says.

Some countries have even adopted this practice as a mandatory measure. This is the case in Germany, where Chancellor Angela Merkel has added room ventilation as an official recommendation against the coronavirus.

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