Elevated levels of nitrogen dioxide in the air may be associated with a high number of deaths from COVID-19. A new study by Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) provides concrete data that back this assumption for the first time. The paper combines satellite data on air pollution and air currents with confirmed deaths related to COVID-19 and reveals that regions with permanently high levels of pollution have significantly more deaths than other regions.
- Is spirituality a component of wisdom?
- Gender insecurity prompts women MMA fighters to date hypermasculine men
- New study: aspirin use reduces risk of death in hospitalized patients
- Media alert–forthcoming reviews from RAPID REVIEWS:COVID-19
- CCS can rapidly reduce emissions in sectors that have few other options to decarbonize, EFI/Stanford