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In a study from Rome, Italy, authors observed that same-day levels of NO2 were significantly associated with total respiratory admissions , acute respiratory infections and asthma, suggesting that NO2 exposure increases the susceptibility to and/or severity of respiratory virus infections."
Fusco et al., 2001. Air pollution and hospital admissions for respiratory conditions in Rome, Italy. Eur. Respir. J. 17:1143–1150
Authors of an epidemiological study from Hong Kong observed significant associations between the level of NO2 and hospital admissions for all respiratory and cardiovascular diseases included in the study."
Wong et al., 1999. Air pollution and hospital admissions for respiratory and cardiovascular diseases in Hong Kong. Occup. Environ. Med. 56:679–683
The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) has warned that dirty air in urban areas that causes hypertension, diabetes, and other respiratory illness could lead to a higher overall death toll from the virus currently sweeping the world."
If you are one of the millions of Americans breathing polluted air, you may be at a greater risk of catching the coronavirus and of having a more severe infection."
New York Times
By lowering air pollution levels we can help the most vulnerable in their fight against this and any possible future pandemics."
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