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Lidl plans to install hospital-grade air filtration system.

In an effort to protect customers and employees, Lidl announced plans to install a hospital-grade air filtration system in locations across the US by the end of 2020.

The German grocery chain already employed an advanced commercially rated ‘minimum efficiency reporting value’ (MERV) filtration system in its stores. Under the new scheme, Lidl will upgrade to filters rated MERV 13 or higher – these are typically found in hospitals to help remove virus-containing droplets from the air.

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