Coronavirus & Aura Air Efficacy Results

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CoVid-19

We believe that Aura Air is the first Filtration / Purification / Monitoring system in the world currently undergoing extensive efficacy test, specifically related to its ability to reduce the levels of COVID-19 Corona-virus aerosol droplets in the air using a combination of a patented Copper impregnated HEPA Filter, the patented Sterionizer and UV-C Light. The Clinical Trials are taking place in a special laboratory at Sheba Medical Centre (which was ranked earlier this year as one of the Top 10 Hospitals in the World by Newsweek) that diagnoses and measure the level of COVID-19 Corona-virus in laboratory conditions using the latest RNA measurement equipment. Below is the results of component testing at Sheba Medical Center.

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Copper + HEPA = 99.7% Reduction

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CDC revises coronavirus guidance to acknowledge that it spreads through airborne transmission

The CDC cited published reports that demonstrated "limited, uncommon circumstances" in which people with the virus infected others who were more than 6 feet away.

Source: CNBC News Here

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Chinese bus offers new evidence of airborne coronavirus spread, study says

A person on a poorly ventilated Chinese bus infected nearly two dozen other passengers with coronavirus even though many weren't sitting close by, according to research published on Tuesday (Sept 1) that offers fresh evidence the disease can spread in the air.

Source: Straits Times Article Here

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COVID-19 Is Transmitted Through Aerosols. We Have Enough Evidence, Now It Is Time to Act

Many months into the COVID-19 pandemic, the coronavirus is still spreading uncontrolled through the U.S. Public health authorities including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) tell us to remain six feet apart, wash our hands, disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and wear masks. But compliance with these measures—especially masks—is mixed, and daily we hear of cases where people do not know how they were infected.

​Source: Times Article Here

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