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Healthcare to High-Rise

Publication date:
July 1, 2020
Article Summary: 

The article discusses lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic to help fight cross-contamination in condominium buildings. It emphasizes the importance of modifying social behavior and designing interiors to slow down the spread of communicative diseases. Areas of focus include elevators, lobbies, concierge desks, and high-traffic zones. The article suggests implementing touch-free solutions, installing hand sanitizer dispensers, using electronic screens for information dissemination, and considering materials with antimicrobial properties. It also mentions the potential for hands-free door operators and hands-free controls in washrooms and change rooms. Proper maintenance and cleaning schedules are essential for ensuring the effectiveness of these measures.


COVID-19, cross-contamination, condominium buildings, social behavior, interior design, elevators, lobbies, concierge desks, touch-free solutions, hand sanitizer dispensers, electronic screens, antimicrobial materials, hands-free door operators, washrooms, change rooms, maintenance, cleaning schedules.

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Healthcare to High-Rise
July 1, 2020
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