This policy brief, from the Collaborative Clean Air Policy Centre, is a series of short commentaries from experts in atmospheric science and public health on the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on communicating risks linked to air pollution in India. The series includes lessons offered by the lockdown-linked improvements on air quality management in India, syntheses of current evidence on links between air pollution and COVID-19 vulnerability, and the need for investing in improved public health data.
It includes a present and comprehensive overview of the changes in air quality during the lockdown across India from our Environmental Health Division.
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