Scientific Studies

Various Scientific Studies

Looking at the adverse growth of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) all over the world, it has become the need of the hour to take decisive measures against the same. Various leaders and governments around the world are facing unpalatable truth.

Meanwhile, there is an abundance of important measures to be taken to fight against COVID 19. Few of the possible and important factors which are lesser-known is the effect of humidity on human life and how poor air quality influence airborne infections and biological contaminants.

There are many scientific studies that have shown the direct or indirect effect of humidity level and air quality on coronaviruses.

Here at OxyGarden, we have tried to bring together a selection of overwhelming research to support the idea of maintaining optimal indoor humidity of 40-60% RH (Relative Humidity) and good air quality for human wellbeing.

We are all in this together!

Dietz 2020

2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak: A Review of the Current Literature and Built Environment (BE) Considerations to Reduce Transmission

Casanova 2010

High Humidity Leads to Loss of Infectious Influenza Virus from Simulated Coughs

Sterling 1985

Criteria for Human Exposure to Humidity in Occupied Buildings

Yang W, Marr L 2011

Dynamics of Airborne Influenza A Viruses Indoors and Dependence on Humidity

Noti 2013

High Humidity Leads to Loss of Infectious Influenza Virus from Simulated Coughs

Arundel 1986

Indirect health effects of relative humidity in indoor environments.

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