Air pollution exposure linked to higher COVID-19 risk
A recent study in the Netherlands has provided further evidence to suggest that exposure to higher levels of air pollution increases the risk of death from COVID-19.After studying data for 355 Dutch municipalities, the researchers found that an increase of just one microgram per cubic meter of fine particulate air pollution matter was linked with an increase of u
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