Following a ‘safer return to work’ policy, governments everywhere announced the implementation of ventilation monitoring via CO2 level sensing for indoor environments.
This is the case for example in Belgium, France, Switzerland and in some countries without any governmental guidance, parents are starting to organize themselves.
In the UK, significant budgets have been recently announced and councils have money to spend within the next 6 months to address this. Here is a more detailed UK situation and outlook:
- Wales Welsh schools get £3 million boost to improve ventilation | South Wales Argus
- Scotland https://www.sundaypost.com/fp/air-monitors-to-test-classrooms/
- Northern Ireland NI Education: £100,000 to be spent on CO2 monitors for schools – BBC News
£ 25 m budget announced for 300 000 units:
BUT deployment is very slow compared to what was initially announced
We will soon announce solutions which will slash the cost of CO2 monitoring anywhere…..Stay tuned.