Inhaling Toxic Wildfire Smoke Increases Your Risk of Dying From COVID-19

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Inhaling wildfire smoke may affect your body’s immunity towards coronavirus. A recent study discovered that excess exposure to fine particulate matter in wildfire smoke could lead to more covid-19 cases and deaths.
During an unprecedented fire season in the U.S. West, a new study reveals that air pollution from 2020 wildfires in Washington, California, and Oregon was linked to a high risk of getting covid-19 and even dying from it.
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