A child receives a vaccination against Covid-19 at a school in Naples, Italy, in January. Photo:  Reuters
A child receives a vaccination against Covid-19 at a school in Naples, Italy, in January. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Infections cut in schools via ventilation systems, says Italy study

  • Italian study found infections lower in classrooms with ventilation systems, and lower still – by more than 80 per cent – where those systems stronger
  • The experiment in 10,441 classrooms was carried out between September 2021 and January this year; most schools do not have ventilation systems

A child receives a vaccination against Covid-19 at a school in Naples, Italy, in January. Photo:  Reuters
A child receives a vaccination against Covid-19 at a school in Naples, Italy, in January. Photo: Reuters
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