Indoor Airborne Risk Assessment in the Context of SARS-CoV-2

Indoor airborne risk assessment in the context of SARS-CoV-2 Description of airborne transmission mechanism and method to develop a new standardized model for risk assessment

Thrive IAQ is excited to share the recent World Health Organisation’s publication on “Indoor Airborne Risk Assessment in the Context of SARS-CoV-2.” Co-chaired by D/Prof. Lidia Morawska from QUT (Queensland University of Technology), this publication is a valuable resource in our fight against COVID-19. You can access the published version here:

In addition, the World Health Organisation has created an online tool available at: to help you explore and understand the findings of this publication. The World Health Organization have advised that they are currently arranging an upcoming technical webinar, where they will officially launch and disseminate this publication and tool.

Let’s work together with Thrive IAQ researchers and partners, to keep our indoor environments safe and healthy. You can find out more about Thrive IAQ‘s innovative research here:

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