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Notre Dame: COVID-19 Lockdowns in China, Europe Averted Tens of Thousands of Premature Deaths Related to Air Pollution, Study Finds
October 15, 2020
NOTRE DAME, Indiana, Oct. 15 (TNSJou) -- The University of Notre Dame issued the following news:

Lockdowns initiated to curb the spread of the coronavirus in China and Europe at the beginning of the pandemic improved air quality, averting tens of thousands of deaths in regions where air pollution has a significant impact on mortality, a new study shows.

According to research published in The Lancet Planetary Health, scientists at the University of Notre Dame found that . . .

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