Education facilities are the focal point of disease transmission, this is due to the repeated close encounters between students and teachers. This interaction can cause a rapid rate of the infection spreading as students visit home and potentially give the disease to parents. Adults can then potentially carry the disease to their place of work increasing the chance of passing on the infection.
One way to counteract the spreading of disease is with efficient air circulation systems, which will be able to kill any airborne microbes while the air is recirculated through it. Upper Room Systems can also be put in place to reduce localised spreading of the diseases in classrooms. These systems put in place properly will be able to massively reduce the overall spread and have already been proven to reduce the amount of respiratory infections by a significant amount.