With more workers returning to the office, the PROTECT COVID-19 National Core Study has published a new paper in the indoor and Built Environment journal detailing a new model that has been developed to predict the risk of airborne COVID-19 infection in these environments.

High indoor CO2 levels are linked to lower ventilation rates and high occupancy, so monitoring them can provide an important red flag to building managers to identify areas of inadequate ventilation which can help assess the risk of airborne transmission of the COVID-19 virus.

Find out more about the model and findings from the research in PROTECT’s press release.