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- WellAir Announces Agreement with Vizient, Inc.
WellAir, a leader in delivering technologies that help provide a healthier indoor environment, today announced it has entered a partnership with Vizient, Inc., the nation’s largest member-driven, healthcare performance improvement company. Vizient members will be able to purchase WellAir’s air and surface disinfection devices at contracted pricing.WellAir Appoints Kari Dixon as Chief Financial Officer
WellAir, a leader in delivering clean air and surface solutions to people around the world, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kari Dixon as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective August 1, 2021. At WellAir, she will lead the finance team to create long-term value and ensure the company’s sustainable financial strength.WellAir Announces Appointment of Brad Niemann as Executive Vice President of Healthcare
WellAir announces the appointment of Brad Niemann as Executive Vice President of Healthcare, to help drive the Company’s commercial growth within the global healthcare sector. Brad brings nearly 20 years of extensive executive management experience in the medical device industry.WellAir Announces Appointment of Kieran Hannon as Chief Marketing Officer
WellAir a leader in delivering clean air solutions to people around the world, today announced the appointment of Kieran Hannon as Chief Marketing Officer as the Company enters its next phase of growth. Kieran brings over 30 years of experience in successfully building award-winning and world-class consumer experiences in the mobile, digital and retail sectors.WellAir Announces Acquisition of UV Innovators and Appointment of Todd Pope as President and CEO
WellAir announced the acquisition of UV Innovators (“UVI”), a North Carolina-based developer of medical-grade handheld UVC disinfection technology. In addition, the company announced that Todd M. Pope, executive chairman of UV Innovators, has been appointed President and CEO of WellAir.Novaerus Defend 1050 cleared by FDA as 510(k) Class II Medical Device
Novaerus Defend 1050 cleared by FDA as 510(k) Class II Medical Device to inactivate and filter out airborne virus and bacteria for medical purposes. The Novaerus Defend 1050 uses patented NanoStrike® technology to damage and inactivate airborne micro-organisms.
- Yes, Covid-19 Aerosols Are Infectious, And More Dangerous than Droplets - Part 1
Microscopic measles particles can remain airborne and infectious for up to 2 hours and drift.
In one case, an infected athlete transmitted the disease to spectators 100 feet away. The idea that measles is primarily contracted through large droplets, rather than tiny, inhaled aerosols, has been debunked.Yes, Covid-19 Aerosols Are Infectious, And More Dangerous than Droplets – Part 2
Infectious Aerosols: Small but Potent
Many Covid-19 precautions — plexiglass dividers, desks spaced 6 feet apart, reduced restaurant occupancy — are premised on the notion that large droplets, generated by sneezes and coughs, pose the greatest danger to vulnerable people.The Fallacy of the 2-Meter Rule - Part 1
“People think they are protected indoors and they’re really not.”
For nearly a year, the 6-foot/2-metre rule has been invoked by officials worldwide and gained traction with the public. And yet, scientists say, the rule is misleading — based on an erroneous understanding of aerosol science and insufficient to curb Covid transmission.The Fallacy of the 2-Metre Rule - Part 2
Aerosol Transmission of Covid: More Prevalent than Presumed
Prodded by scientists worldwide, both organizations eventually agreed aerosol transmission of SARS-CoV-2 was possible in community settings and perhaps not rare. But even today, top scientists warn the impact of long-range spread has been vastly underestimated.Singing, Covid-19, and the Future of Live Entertainment - Part 1
“Particles shoot out like a geyser”: Singing, Covid-19, and the Future of Live Entertainment
Since the early days of the covid-19 pandemic, singing has been a super-spreading culprit leading to an effect on the future of live entertainment.Singing, Covid-19, and the Future of Live Entertainment - Part 2
Since the early days of the covid-19 pandemic, singing has been a super-spreading culprit leading to an effect on the future of live entertainment.
What about Singing?