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Seminar 114: Use of Infection Risk Calculators to Manage Building Occupancy Post-COVID
Tuesday, 22/June/2021:
1:00pm - 2:30pm

Session Chair: Brad Prezant
Session Co-chair: Lidia Morawska
Location: Zoom room #4
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Session Abstract

SPEAKERS: Lidia Morawska, Brad Prezant, Giorgio Buonanno

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Use of Infection Risk Calculators to Manage Building Occupancy Post-COVID

Brad Prezant1, Lidia Morawska2, Giorgio Buonanno3

1VA Sciences, Australia; 2QUT; 3University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Italy

An ISIAQ seminar led by Professor Morawska will present, describe, and discuss 12 infection risk calculators.

This workshop is intended to provide users of these calculators to demonstrate the utility of these calculators across different occupancy types. Authors and/or users of these calculators will present the experiences and outcomes of the application of these calculators to solving building occupancy issues.

How have these calculators assisted in re-occupying buildings post-COVID?

Have they been adopted as valid indicators of risk by cognisant public health authorities across various countries?

Has real-world experience suggested that the infection risk estimates provided are valid?

Are there ways that these calculators can be improved?

Can we learn from this application of research to practice in ways that would assist better management of other indoor air quality issues?

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