The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact our everyday lives, and as it gets colder outside, people start spending more time indoors. An air purifier can help clean your indoor air, and help keep your family safe and healthy.
According to the CDC, coronavirus most often spreads from person-to-person contact, but it can also be spread through the air. Air purifiers can capture most of those particles with a True HEPA filter. True HEPA is the only filter that removes up to 99.97% of airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns, which can include some coronavirus particles. The True HEPA filter can also trap other airborne particles including smoke, dust, pollen, pet hair and dander, mold spores and dust mite debris. The True HEPA standard is defined by the U.S. Department of Energy.
While an air purifier can help slow the spread of coronavirus, it will not eliminate it. Along with the use of an air purifier, you should also continue to practice social distancing, wear protective face masks and follow other guidelines set by the CDC.