Is air pollution connected to higher coronavirus death rates? The Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health released findings on a study that found a positive correlation between long term exposure to particulate matter (PM 2.5) and higher death rates from disease. The study concluded that exposure to air pollution leads to more severe outcomes to patients infected with COVID-19. The study may be important to how health officials allocate virus resources, such as ventilator or respirators, to more vulnerable regions. Read More.
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5 Easy Ways to Support the Environmental Justice Causes You Care About at No Cost
By Gregory Kolen II. Climate change and environmental degradation pose a serious threat to our communities and the world as we know it. Environmental justice