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CO2 sensors in schools cost £43,000

More than 300 distributed Island-wide

More than £40,000 has been spent installing carbon dioxide monitors in the Island's schools.

Milesight environment sensors have been distributed to all schools in a bid to limit the spread of Covid-19 among schoolchildren.

An initial 16-sensor pilot was completed ahead of the start of the new academic year, at no cost, before 136 were installed in September 2021.

A further 172 have been distributed to primary schools this month taking the total cost to £43,250.

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