From what we know now, this is not too far-fetched at all, certainly if the air is moving over short distances. What is the best source of virus-filtering material to incorporate into homemade tools that handle air?My question is though since the virus has already proven to be transmitted either by touch or airborne from breathing in the air around you after someone has sneezed or coughed plus it is theorized to have a longer life in humidity's above 40% would it be too far fetched to think that it could be transmitted through air handling equipment like legionnaires disease? All of the triggers are there.
For example, I'm looking at this 3M air filter selection guide. Some of the filters are labelled as filtering viruses. What are those filters made from?