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Facts not Fear

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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

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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.

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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.

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The EPA: Indoor air and coronavirus

The EPA states that ventilation and filtration can play a role in controlling the transmission of COVID-19

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Information about COVID-19 with links to symptoms, testing, and reduced stigma.

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

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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.

Since 1928, Health-Mor has been committed to providing healthy indoor air to millions of customers around the world. With the only air purifier that is registered with the U.S. FDA as a Class II Medical Device, the FilterQueen Defender captures 99.99% of all airborne particles down to 0.1 micron in size — that is 3 times better than the HEPA standard.

COVID-19 can infect humans in many ways — so while removing particles from your indoor environment is an important step, it is only one piece of the strategy you need to protect your family. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP) provides comprehensive information on all the steps you should take immediately. We recommend that you visit them often at www.cdc.org to keep up-to-date.

In the meantime, we will share additional FACTUAL information that we think may be relevant to your efforts to keep your family and your home as safe and healthy as possible. We are committed to providing you with FACTS — not FEAR — during these uncertain times.