Gradually, the BiSC project is reactivated, and some of the visits are starting again, such as the 32-week pregnancy environmental visit. Given the circumstances, we had to readjust the way the visit was carried out to be able to keep collecting information on certain air pollutants such as NO2, or other factors such as temperature and humidity.
This week we received a photo of a volunteer who, following the instructions of the technicians, has managed to integrate the NO2 tube and the USB for temperature and humidity in a curious and very original way at home, at the height and proper position.
We left the image, just in case, you want to get ideas!
Thank you so much for the commitment and for all the involvement!