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PRLLA

Our Story

The Team

PRLLA & Partners

Our partners and the Puerto Rico Leads las Americas team is comprised of industry leaders with over 55 years of experience working with emerging technologies with a multidisciplinary approach. 

Our team has the expertise in the fields of aerodynamics, engineering, finance, medicine, law, accounting, infectious disease specialists, and more.

Clean air for all

While most governments, organizations, and institutions are focused on protecting only those that can receive a vaccine, our mission is to protect everyone.

 

It is now known that there are  millions of people who are not able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Millions of individuals who suffer from underlying health conditions like high blood pressure, HIV, Guillain-Barre syndrome, and many other conditions are not able to get vaccinated.

 

Our mission is to provide solutions that are all-inclusive, protecting those that can't get vaccinated and those that do not wish to be vaccinated, as it is their right.

Experts in Aerodynamics

With ample knowledge in aerodynamics and turbulence, our partners can determine the best approach to reduce the risk of contagion from pathogens in the air.

Infectious Disease Specialists

Our partners have the expertise of infectious disease specialists that understand how pathogens spread and how to stop them from spreading.

Doctors of Medicine & Surgeons

In our team, medical experts provide invaluable input and ensure the technologies and guidelines used to reduce risks are guaranteed to comply with health and safety guidelines.

Engineering & Architecture

The PRLLA team has engineers and architects that will ascertain all projects comply with the structural and logistical needs.

Certified Public Accountants

Auditing technologies and guidelines, our team of CPAs work in tandem with our partners to certify every step of the project.

Financial Advisors

Our team of financial advisors has the expertise and know-how to aid you by making use of available state and federal incentives for implementing AirSafe.

María Aftermath

As part of the recovery from the disaster caused by Hurricane María, in October 2017 the technology was already available in Puerto Rico. Rigorous tests were carried out in neurosurgery operating rooms on a voluntary basis between the Medical Services Administration (ASEM) and the Medical Sciences Campus of the University of Puerto Rico, among others.

 

Medical scientists and epidemiologists from the United States Army classify the technology used in the Dominican Republic as "Scavenging Technology" since the virus or bacteria is located in the air and is eliminated before reaching the recipient. It is not a suction or filtration mechanism, it is one of continuous emission, detection and elimination before the pathogen has a chance to cause harm. This reduces the rate of transmission of COVID-19.

100% Science Based

The PRLLA team facilitates research in the US through the Independent Shared Air Strategic Board (IRB) and provides education via non-profit foundations, healthcare professionals, certified public accountants, engineers, architects, among others.

Together they adapted the AirSafe Protocol which is based on the multilayer strategy, known as “Multi Layered Air Defense Strategy” (MLADS). This protocol considers that there is no single weapon to combat COVID-19; multiple levels are required between adoption of new technology, adjustments to existing technologies, education, training, and the study of air circulation and turbulence.

Our Mission

Saving Lives

The history of Puerto Rico Leads the Americas (PRLLA) begins in 2017. During 2017, we set out to help the most vulnerable population in the area of ​​public health by identifying emerging technologies for obstetrician offices, nurseries and hospital wards, particularly airborne pathogen control. In June 2017, we were informed that 14 babies in neonatal intensive care units in the Dominican Republic were infected with a virus, today known as SARS-CoV-1 (Coronavirus). The incubators were all located within the same room and, sadly, over the course of a 72 hour period, all fourteen babies lost their lives.

American philanthropist, scientist, and inventor Alton Holt traveled from Texas to Santo Domingo, R.D. with various precision equipment and instruments developed between him and the US military, the purpose was to continuously combat airborne pathogens. Holt developed the disinfection protocol that stopped the spread and voluntarily donated technology for the continued reduction of microbial infections. This technology belongs to the category of photocatalytic oxidation technology. About three hospitals in Santo Domingo and Santiago, Dominican Republic were disinfected, eliminating the spread of the virus in the air in less than seven days.