NAHMA HUD Update: RSVP for White House Summit on Indoor Air Quality, October 11, 1pm ET
The COVID-19 pandemic has elevated the critical importance of air quality in the fight against infectious diseases. While new, updated COVID-19 vaccines, testing, and treatments continue to protect Americans, it is more important than ever to invest in community-level efforts like improving indoor air quality (IAQ) as a key way to stop the spread of COVID-19. Interventions to improve air quality can be powerful tools in preventing the spread of infectious diseases, in addition to offering other health benefits.
The White House Summit on Indoor Air Quality will focus on our collective efforts to chart a path towards more buildings adopting indoor air quality improvements so that more Americans can benefit from its health protections. The Summit will promote clean indoor air as a force multiplier for reducing the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19, and help share best practices from leaders in the public and private sectors who have improved indoor air quality in their buildings.
The full RSVP link is below – please share with colleagues and members of your community. All are welcome.
The event agenda will be shared closer to the Summit.