Coronavirus

New Research Links Air Pollution to Higher Coronavirus Death Rates

“The results of this paper suggest that long-term exposure to air pollution increases vulnerability to experiencing the most severe COVID-19 outcomes,” the authors wrote.” “The paper found that if Manhattan had lowered its average particulate matter level by just a single unit, or 1 microgram per cubic meter, over the past 20 years, the borough …

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José Andrés Helps the Nats Turn D.C.’s Baseball Stadium Into a Community Kitchen

José Andrés Helps the Nats Turn D.C.’s Baseball Stadium Into a Community Kitchen World Central Kitchen will prepare thousands of free meals at Nationals Park by Tierney Plumb Apr 7, 2020, 12:01pm EDT Chef José Andrés threw out the first pitch during a World Series game at Nationals Park — now his nonprofit is using …

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Everyday Heroes: Recology continues recycling in SF – LA Times article

In it together…… “Reed, of Recology, said residents could help reduce worker risk by: Collapsing cardboard boxes. Flattening soda cans. Scrunching plastic items.” Recology continues recycling in SF – LA Times article S.F. recycling workers are heroes of a sort Even as coronavirus rages, city’s Recology plant continues to sift through the waste. WORKERS at the Recology recycling …

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