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Pollution may increase virus transmissibility making people more vulnerable to COVID-19, say experts – The Kashmir Monitor

New Delhi:Air pollution may increase the transmissibility of the novel coronavirus making people more vulnerable to the disease and aggravating the COVID-19 sit…

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New Delhi:Air pollution may increase the transmissibility of the novel coronavirus making people more vulnerable to the disease and aggravating the COVID-19 situation, experts have said, while warning that those who have had the infection in the past may also have to face new challenges.
With winters approaching and easing of the coronavirus-induced lockdown, Delhi-NCR is bracing for months of poor air quality. The national capitals air quality was in the poor category on Sunday morning.
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