on transmission & prevention of COVID-19

with focus on airborne routes i.e. aerosols (& ballistic droplets)

IAQ regulation changes

All links are extracted from this Google sheet: 

Collected by Dr. Alex Huffman (Univ. Denver)

Overview notes

Useful hashtags

Scientists on Twitter

A select few (not all!) twitter accounts for selected high-level scientists or engineers you can trust (focused only on aerosols/airborne spread of disease/ventilation/etc)
General bioaerosols, COVID transmision info, detection strategies.Engineer, indoor climate and air quality.Infectious disease epidemiologyFormer ASHRAE president; HVAC, IAQ engineeringBuilt Environment, indoor air quality.Infection transmission, ventilationInfectious disease researchEnvironmental engineering, risk assessmentEnergy engineer with interest in ventilation, indoor air quality, building scienceEpidemiology of infectious diseasesIndoor chemistry, air quality, aerosolsEnvironmental disease, infectious disease, bioaerosolsBuliding engineer, indoor air quality researcherChemical engineer, aerosols, air pollutionIndoor air qualityAerosols, masks, sensor development, engineerAerosol scientist, enginner, chemistHealthy building engineer, public healthHealth in the built environmentAerosol scientist and chemistEmerging infectious diseasesEnvironmental health sciencesAerosols, airborne transmission of virusesBioaerosol scientist & industrial hygienistBuilding indoor air quality, ventilationEnvironmental, built engineering; aerosolsIndoor air quality, filtration, mechanical engineerEnvironmental health scientist, engineer.Architecture, sustainable developmentVentilation, indoor microbiology, indoor chemistryAerosol chemistry, modelingNational clearinghouse for personal protective equipment (PPE)Building engineer, indoor air scientistEnvironmental engineering, indoor air and aerosolsPrimary care MD, long COVID