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Excellent article by @zeynep on the slow acceptance of COVID as being present in aerosols (i.e., airborne), a fact still challenged by some today. Kudos to @linseymarr, @kprather88, @jljcolorado, @ShellyMBoulder, @CathNoakes & others for banging this drum!

Increased ozone pollution alongside reduced nitrogen dioxide concentrations during Vienna's first COVID-19 lockdown: Significance for air quality management.
Marlon Brancher's paper:

Last year, as cities went on #COVID19 lockdown & emissions dropped, a curious thing happened:

Some cities got MORE polluted.

A new study investigates why ozone pollution spiked in some places last year:


Measurements during #COVD19 #lockdown paint a picture how <clean – #emobility> could improve urban #airquality

@ECarsReport @EVTweeter

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