Thousands of Kansas school workers are getting their COVID-19 vaccines. But another step that would help keep people safe in schools has gotten less attention: improving the classroom air quality. As reporters Brian Grimmett and Celia Llopis-Jepsen of the Kansas News Service explain, the need for better air isn’t just about the pandemic.
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Brian Grimmett reports on the environment, energy and natural resources for KMUW in Wichita and the Kansas News Service. Follow him on Twitter @briangrimmett. Celia Llopis-Jepsen reports on consumer health and education for the Kansas News Service. Follow her on Twitter @Celia_LJ. The Kansas News Service is a collaboration of Kansas Public Radio, KCUR, KMUW and High Plains Public Radio - focused on health, the social determinants of health and their connection to public policy. Kansas News Service stories and photos may be republished by news media at no cost with proper attribution and a link to ksnewsservice.org.