Comité COVID-19 en santé environnementale

Membres du Comité

Louis-Simon Bolduc
Stéphane Buteau
Marie-Ève Dubuis (s'est jointe à partir du 10 août 2021)
Caroline Huot
Vicky Huppé
Jean-Marc Leclerc
Stéphane Perron
Gabriela Ponce
Stéphanie Potvin
Patrick Poulin

Direction de la santé environnementale et de la toxicologie,
Institut national de santé publique du Québec

Prenez note que cette liste est par ordre alphabétique.

Anciens membres

Denis Gauvin (a quitté le comité le 14 août 2020)
Marie-Ève Levasseur (a quitté le comité depuis le 26 octobre 2020)
Benoît Lévesque (a quitté le comité le 4 décembre 2020)

Direction de la santé environnementale et de la toxicologie,
Institut national de santé publique du Québec

COVID-19: Basic Concepts Regarding Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and its Measurement in Buildings

This document, written in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, is intended for public building managers, building owners, and all organizations and individuals wishing to learn more about the topics covered in this overview of the scientific and grey literature. This document discusses the current knowledge on carbon dioxide (CO2), its health effects, sources, and relation to building ventilation, as well as the different approaches used to measure this parameter and ways of interpreting……

Rapid knowledge synthesis

COVID 19: Surface Cleaning and Disinfection

This document presents the current knowledge on cleaning and disinfecting surfaces in indoor and outdoor environments, specifically in residential settings and public spaces and excluding healthcare facilities and other healthcare settings, as well as on health issues related to cleaners and disinfectants and the suggested “quarantining” of objects.

Rapid knowledge synthesis

COVID-19: Use of Air Conditioners and Electric Fans During Heat Waves

Air conditioners and electric fans remain appropriate cooling methods during a pandemic when used properly and when certain precautions are applied.

Rapid knowledge synthesis

COVID-19: Outdoor environment

This rapid synthesis reviews the current state of knowledge on the transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in outdoor environments. The document discusses modes of transmission of the virus in the outdoor environment and factors that may influence its persistence or its culturability and its transmission.

Rapid knowledge synthesis