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While the primary means of Covid-19 transmission is still considered to be from contact with respiratory droplets that have fallen onto a surface, there are questions remaining about the safety of the air around us. These respiratory droplets are generally to heavy to stay airborne, but there is still indication that lingering particles can increase infection in enclosed, poorly ventilated spaces. How dangerous those lingering particles are is still 'up in the air', so to speak.
Our best means to combat this is to maintain distance, wear face coverings to prevent our respiratory droplets from escaping into the air and washing our hands with soap constantly. When it comes to indoor spaces, the next most important factor to consider is how well ventilated that space is, because that directly impacts the ability of any lingering droplets to remain in the air.
At Chicago Athletic Clubs it is our priority to ensure that the air everyone is breathing is as safe as possible. In addition to the precautions of extensive cleaning, social distancing and adhering to face-covering policies for all, we want to let you know how our ventilation system is keeping you - and our family here at CAC - breathing easier.
To begin, here is some basic information to help you understand how our system works:
The Air and Surface Pro+ units are air purification units that are being utilized in addition to our already robust HVAC system. This is just to add on yet another layer of safety and protection. Below are some of the reasons we have chosen these units specifically:
There is no one answer to making this virus go away. Rather, it is working together through a multitude of different avenues that are all focused on the same goal: your safety and health. CAC is taking every step possible to leave no safety stone unturned so that you can feel 100% confident being back in your home away from home.
We can't wait to see you back in the clubs!
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