Air pollution revealed to be the reason for 15% of COVID deaths

Tuesday, 27 October 2020 - 8:19

According to a new study has linked prolonged exposure to air pollution for 15% of the coronavirus deaths reported worldwide.

The study, conducted by scientists in Germany and Cyprus, found that when the air pollution impact is stronger, the number of coronavirus deaths have increased.

Scientists have previously pointed out that factory effluents reduce the life expectancy of every person on earth by two years.

The results of the study, based on data from the United States and China, have been published in the journal Cardiovascular Research.

It has been revealed that air pollution is responsible for 27% of coronavirus deaths, especially in the East Asian region.

In Europe, it is 19% and in North America, it is 17%.