Roma To Use Humidity Detection Technology To Combat COVID-19 Spread


The city of Roma plans to use humidity detection technology to combat the spread of COVID-19. The Brownsville Herald reported Sunday that the technology will be used in city buildings to monitor indoor humidity.

Doctor Jeff Gusky says keeping an indoor environment at an absolute humidity of ten grams per meter cubed activates what he describes as cell mediated herd immunity. Herd immunity means enough people are protected in a particular place, which in turn keeps the disease from spreading.

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