Environmental & Analytical Toxicology

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Editorial Note on Impact of COVID-19 on Air Quality


Navneet Kumar

Across the nation lockdown because of the pandemic has
prompted an extreme decrease of NO2 discharges and diminished air
contamination levels. It's significant this is kept up considerably after the
lockdown lifts. In the midst of the overwhelming COVID-19 pandemic,
an uncommon positive has been the noteworthy worldwide decline in
air contamination levels. Basically, specialists have estimated nitrogen
dioxide (NO2), one of the six significant air poisons (notwithstanding
particulate issue, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, ground-level ozone,
and lead). NO2 has, as most different gases, normal and human


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