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Germany to spend €500m upgrading ventilation systems against virus
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Germany to spend €500m upgrading ventilation systems against virus
Germany is to spend €500m (£450m) on upgrading ventilation systems in public buildings to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Schools, universities, public offices and museums will be able to apply for grants of up to €100,000 (£91,000) to retrofit their existing air conditioning or ventilation systems with filters. The coronavirus is chiefly spread by aerosols exhaled by the infected when they sneeze or cough, and a number of new filtration systems have been developed which can stop most of the microscopic droplets. The money is only available for public buildings in which large numbers of people gather, such as school auditoriums and theatres. Germany has something of a national obsession with ventilating rooms and Angela Merkel’s government is promoting the practice as part of the fight against the coronavirus.
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