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Xiaomi air purifier wins German consumer award

Christmas is just around the corner. And as in the previous pandemic year, the question arises: How do I spend the holidays with my loved ones without potentially infecting them with the coronavirus? One possible measure of protection: air purifiers. Because of the continuing pandemic, German consumer’s magazine “Stiftung Warentest,” tested air purifiers that filter viruses, bacteria, pollen, and other pollutants from the air. The test winner came from China: the Mi Air Purifier Pro from the Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi was the only one of the seven candidates to filter aerosols that can contain viruses as well as pollen and formaldehyde on a large scale, according to Stiftung Warentest’s statement. The only downside: The replacement filters are relatively expensive.

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