Hundreds of air purifiers coming to Selma City Schools

Hundreds of air purifiers coming to Selma City Schools

SELMA, Ala. (WSFA) - The air in Selma public schools is about to become a little cleaner.

The school district has teamed up with Alabama-based Go Rescue Brands to have 500 air purification units installed.

School district leaders say this is an attempt to mitigate the threat of COVID-19 even more.

The units will be in classrooms, gyms and common areas.

The school district says it’s using some of the CARES Act money to pay for the units.

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