Covid in polluted winter: 3 foot-distance may become immaterial once pollution sets in

Covid in polluted winter: 3 foot-distance may become immaterial once pollution sets in

India Today

Ever since novel coronavirus hogged international headlines, the importance of maintaining a physical distance of at least three foot while at public places has been emphasised repeatedly as a precautionary measure. However, experts say this three-foot rule may become irrelevant for residents of the Delhi-NCR once the national capital's yearly pollution season kicks in.

Instances of stubble burning (that contributes significantly to Delhi's air pollution) have already been sighted in Punjab, and it is only a matter of time before Delhi's air transforms into a toxic mix of smoke, dust and other harmful particles.

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