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Schools look to improve air quality to reduce COVID-19 spread

The end of summer brings the new school year and it may also bring a new spike in COVID-19. One way school officials have been looking to keep students and teachers safe is by improving the air quality in the classroom. Joseph Allen, director of Harvard University’s Healthy Buildings program, joins CBS News to discuss the benefits of improved air quality in schools.
Source: CBS Minnesota

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