Use water based air coolers aginst Coronavirus

Airborne viruses like coronavirus arent as infectious in moist air as much as they are in dry air. The virulency is somehow stunted.

It is therefore recommended that instead of using central or local air conditioning in office water based air coolers (the traditional coolers we used before ac came to India) are used as they increase humidity and make the air moist.

If the air is too dry large droplets wont fall to the ground as easily but if their is moisture it would.

Humidity should be kept between 40% to 60%.

Have been researching this for a while and attached is the research I found of value.

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I find the story has merit. Humidity should be kept between 40% to 60% more  
Kindly provide the Citing Reference of the Article ( Name of the Journal, year of Publication, Page no, from -to) more  
but vinita we are in hunger life no meals token here east africa uganda can you post me token meal to rescue my people direct to http://www.sendwaver.com +256782532405 or 256701532405   francis kamugisha On Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 09:09:56 PM PDT, Vinita Agrawal wrote: more  
i understand the centralised AC buildings have humidity control as per some standards. However it is not clear how they control the pollution level generated by the human being housed indie the building. Is there any Centralised AC contractors/manufacturers association discussing the issue focusing on the point stated above and make their findings/solution public. more  
If this was so then all the COVID dedicated hospitals should have been given the system to maintain the moisture content. Let us now see whether the monsoons in Bharat would bring down CORONA's spread. It is not wise to promote use of desert coolers any more. These generate malaria and dengue and pump in dust and infection ridden air from outside into the residences.AC ambience can also be maintained with necessary moisture by merely keeping a basin full of water in the room. But time has come to introduce solar powered AC to replace the electric power guzzling coolers and ACs. Technical know how is available and is being marketed world over. Our innovation should make it affordable to our citizens as 'made in India'. In this also China has taken a lead .Their entrepreneurship ALIBABA is marketing solar air-conditioning all over the world. Solar Powered Cold storage can save our agriculture produce too. more  
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