Traffic pollution for most parts of the UK is plummeting thanks to the COVID-19 lockdown but more urban ozone — a dangerous air pollutant which can cause airway inflammation in humans — is probably being generated, say experts from The University of Manchester. Observations in cities across the UK show marked decreases in nitrogen oxides but with corresponding increases in ozone during lockdown.
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