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Witte Museum installs virus-killing air filters ahead of spring break

Category: COVID-19

“The air purification systems use ionization and UV light to reduce virus particles, making The Witte Museum one of the city’s most advanced attractions and cultural institutions as far as pandemic health precautions”

–Witte Museum press release.

The Witte Museum in San Antonio, Texas, has installed a new air purification system to make visiting the space safer during the coronavirus pandemic. Museum officials on Tuesday said the new system can reduce 99.4% of COVID-19 air particles within 30 minutes of use. AAM has updated it's Reopening Starter Kit for Museums to include new resources, including a new fact sheet on modifying the museum’s ventilation to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Purchase your copy today: $10 members/$15 non-members.


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