Schools in Valencia to get 8,000 air purifiers for classrooms

Schools in Valencia are set to get 8,000 high-performance air filters for classrooms.
THE Ministry of Health has confirmed the purifiers will be installed at public and subsidised schools in classrooms where proper natural ventilation cannot be guaranteed.
Emphasis will be placed on spaces that have had to be adapted as classrooms to ensure social distancing, from churches to meeting rooms and gyms.
Minister of Education, Vicent Marzà also announced a modification of the protocol on natural ventilation in classrooms, stressing it will be necessary to open windows or external doors every 25-30 minutes for at least five minutes.

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