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New Delhi: Air pollution may increase the prevalence of novel coronoviruses in people prone to disease and increase the Kovid-19 status, with experts warning that people who have had infections in the past are also new There may be challenges. .
With accessibility and ease of coronovirus-induced lockdown, Delhi-NCR has been hanging on for months of poor air quality. The air quality of the national capital was in the ‘poor’ category on Sunday morning.
According to doctors, respiratory illnesses such as viral influenza increase with increasing levels of pollution as the deterioration of air quality leads to inflammation in the lungs making the virus more vulnerable to infiltration.
“This year, we have Kovid-19. Like the common cold, transmission of this virus is expected to increase with an increase in pollution levels. We may see a further increase in cases.
Dr., an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at AIIMS. Neeraj Nischal said, “It will be tax time for the testing centers because they have to cater for people with coronovirus and non-covalent patients with similar symptoms.” Experts believe that the least affected people would be people of lower socioeconomic class who do not have access to masks and are also vulnerable to additional risk factors such as chullu smoke.
Dr. “Apart from infection, the presentation of Kovid-19 like other viral respiratory diseases will be more severe. This will make hospitals more burdensome as more patients will require admission,” said Nischal. Nischal said. Professor Dr. in the Department of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at Safdarjung Hospital. According to Neeraj Gupta, mortality has been linked to population density, proximity to people, and heavily industrialized or urbanized areas that have high levels of living.
He said that these factors can be more effective during the festive season and winter, especially in North India where sewage burning is common and severely affects air quality.
Dr. “Italy has shown a possible link between PM2.5 concentration and higher mortality rate that a unit increase is associated with a 9 percent increase in Kovid-19 mortality,” said Gupta, adding to the pollution This can also help in the transmission of the novel. Coronavirus.
During smog, particulate matter remains suspended near the air EarthFor a long time, the surface is wide, it is conducive to the transmission of viruses.
Senior Advisor of Internal Medicine at Apollo Hospitals, Dr. Suranjit Chatterjee said, “We don’t really know how this virus is going to behave. But, with pollution levels rising and winter setting, we need to prepare ourselves for the worst.” . This would be a dangerous combination. ”
He cautioned that people with respiratory disease such as asthma and bronchitis had a higher risk of getting coronovirus infection.
“For those who have tested positive for Kovid-19, it’s going to be a double whammy, things are getting worse with pollution,” he told PTI.
Doctors warn that even those who were Kovid-19s in the past are not out of the jungle.
Dr. Nischal asserted that post-covalent fibrosis and immunoparalysis make their lungs susceptible to super-paired bacterial pneumonia and other viral respiratory diseases. We urge everyone to take the influenza vaccine and the pneumococcal vaccine.
Dr. According to Gupta, along with colleagues from survivors of Kovid-19, a significant number are noted to be symptomatic – 43 percent with respiratory complaints – even after two months.
These individuals are particularly vulnerable to air pollution, which causes chronic airway irritation and inflammation, cleansing mucus, affecting immunity and related to asthma, COPD, lung fibrosis, or even cancer. Exacerbates conditions such as airway disorders.
Principal Director of Max Super Specialty Hospital, Saket, Delhi and Dr. Pulmonology Chief Dr. Vivek Nangia said that for individuals belonging to high-risk groups who are at the peak of age and suffering from chronic disease, it is advisable to stay indoors or at least banned. Movement for bare essential activities on the road.
“While outside, wear a mask at all times and stay away from firecrackers during Diwali. Handle the inhaler and consult a doctor as soon as possible. For others, it is strongly recommended that they do their outdoor activities. Minimize and wear masks. Time, “he said.
“The number of cases will increase. There is a study published by Harvard Medical School, USA, where they have shown that with every 1 micron per meter increase in PM2.5 particles there is an 8 percent increase in mortality.” ” he said.
Dr. “In fact, a difficult time is in store for post-Kovid patients,” Gupta said.

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