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FLATTEN THAT CURVE.

Our bodies are not digital yet.

Until they are, we still need coordinated preventive action and specialized bricks-and-mortar solutions to make up for a lack of space and to COMMUNICATE, CARE, CONTAIN, and CONTINUE when a new virus is circulating among us - whether it's for 1 year or 100 years.

We just don't know.

​​Adding creative thinking and digital technology to the "BIOSAFETY 4C's" can more effectively CONTAIN a respiratory viral outbreak, while simultaneously providing safer CARE for both patients and 1st responders, and also promoting proactive COMMUNICATION and socioeconomic CONTINUITY for less civic disorganization, disruption, disinformation, discrimination, danger, duress, distress, depression, disease, and death.

The four basic Infectious Disease Outbreak Management modules are:

COMMUNICATE

with an "800-No-Virus" Health Guide

- provide useful info for people to be more healthy, reduce transmission, and feel more safe

CARE

with an "Urban Breath Stop" Local Help Center

- provide a place to get specialized "in-person" care besides at-home or in a hospital

CONTAIN

with "Loss-of-Function" Biosafety Research

- provide all of the options to slow/stop transmission and prevent illness

CONTINUE

with a "Rapid Pop-Up" Regional Network

- provide an interface between FEMA/CERT and the existing biosafety undercarriage

Click on each module to go to its page:

- COMMUNICATE - CARE - CONTAIN - CONTINUE -

Care+AIR Health, Inc.

MORE THAN PRETTY PICTURES.

Care+AIR is real science. We provide the BSL Architectural Infrastructure for professional non-profit organizations in the Infectious Disease CARE + CONTAINMENT sectors to work as safely and efficiently as possible. We also provide and train Facility Greeters and Maintenance Staff to support our network members, and we develop and maintain CONTINUITY and COMMUNICATIONS program content for the facility, such as www.800novirus.org.

 

All of these services are critical to under-served deep urban communities, even if there is not an active outbreak or an ongoing cold/flu season. Our US Viral Health profile demands it.

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FOR INVESTORS ONLY
CURVE-FLATTENING PRECEDENT

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FOR INVESTORS ONLY EXTERIOR RENDERING

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