People and businesses alike have felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, one industry among those hit the hardest is restaurants. Many have been forced to close their doors permanently, while those that have been able to reopen have been hit with capacity limits or curfews or have been forced to pivot with a greater emphasis on ‘takeout.’
Over the past year, the practice of Yoga has spiked in popularity as people have a newfound understanding of the importance of meditation for people’s well-being. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought increased stress and anxiety not only to individuals but also to the businesses trying to survive and navigate ever-changing guidelines for staying open.
When stressed and unsure how to move forward, sometimes the act of making an important decision provides immediate ‘relief’ and a sense of accomplishment, and even confidence.
When discussing air purifiers, one of the most common filtration methods is the use of a mechanical HEPA filter. Mechanical filtration is often preferred to active filtration methods such as photocatalytic filters and ionizers, this is because such active methods of filtration potentially pose a health risk because they can create harmful byproducts. While HEPA is often the first affordable mechanical method that comes to mind for portable air filters, there are now other options on the market that offer better filtration.
A second pandemic relief bill totaling $900 billion includes funds for stimulus checks, enhanced unemployment benefits and small business loans. The new PPP relief package acknowledges the importance of cleaning the air indoors, which can be done by updating current HVAC systems and investing in portable air purifiers.
Celios has partnered with LeadershipEnergies to bring clean-room quality air to schools.