From the Document: "When wildfire smoke gets inside your home it can make your indoor air unhealthy, but there are steps you can take to protect your health and improve the air quality in your home. Reducing indoor sources of pollution is a major step toward lowering the concentrations of particles indoors. For example, avoid burning candles, smoking tobacco products, using aerosol products, and avoid using a gas or wood-burning stove or fireplace. Another step is air filtration. This fact sheet discusses effective options for filtering your home's indoor air to reduce indoor air pollution."
EPA- 452/F-18-005; Environmental Protection Agency- 452/F-18-005
Air Now: https://www.airnow.gov/