Recent concerns raised by the World Health Organization over the Coronavirus raised a worldwide reaction . Governments are racing to contain and stop the Coronavirus from reaching an epidemic/pandemic status . This research presents a way in tracking such a virus or any contagious germ capable of transferring through air specifically where such a transfer can be assisted by a mechanical room ventilation system . Tracking the spread of such a virus is a complicated process, as they can exist in a variety of forms, shapes, sizes, and can change with time . However, a beginning has to be made at some point . Assumptions had to be made based on published scientific data, and standards . The tracking of airborne viruses was carried out on the following assumption (for illustrative purposes); one person with one sneeze in a period of 600 s. The presence of viruses was tracked with curves plotted indicating how long it could take to remove the sneezed viruses from the mechanically ventilated room space . Results gave an indication of what time span is required to remove airborne viruses . Thus, we propose the following: (a) utilizing CFD software as a possible tool in optimizing a mechanical ventilation system in removing contagious viruses . This will track the dispersion of viruses and their removal . The numerical solution revealed that with one typical adult human sneeze, it can take approximately 640 s to reduce an average sneeze of 20,000 droplets to a fifth; (b) upscaling the status of human comfort to a``must have"with regards to the 50% relative humidity, and the use of Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) air disinfection in an epidemic/pandemic condition . A recommendation can be presented to the local authorities of jurisdiction in enforcing the above proposals partially/fully as seen fit as``prevention is better than cure". This will preclude the spread of highly infectious viruses in mechanically ventilated buildings.