Improve indoor air quality from wildfire smoke during COVID-19

October 20th, 2020

Educational Article: Officials warn us to stay indoors when air quality is poor due to heavy smoke from wildfires. Reduced exposure to smoke helps protect our lungs, heart, eyes, nose, throat and immune systems. Staying indoors, if possible, can be one of the best ways to protect against the potentially harmful effects of wildfire smoke. What steps can we take to minimize potentially serious health impacts from wildfire smoke that might seep into our homes?

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