The lockdown due to COVID19 pandemic: Impact on the environment pollution
Anuj Kumar, Rupesh Kumar, Sandeep Kumar, Manjoo Rani, Ayush Madan
Human Health; Corona virus, environment factors
The environmental air is affected by increasing particulate issues, which further influence human and animal health. It is caused by the blend of agents, such as chemical, biological and radioactive matters to the air. There is a standard range of ambient air contaminants to maintain the healthy air for human life. It is necessary to maintain air quality to avoid hazardous effects on life. According to world health organization (WHO), anthropogenic contaminants makes unhealthy air day-by-day in India. The present study aimed to analyze the variation in environmental factors during the period of March 2020 to May 2020. The effect of variation in these parameters is measured on Dwarka, Delhi's ambient air. The testing was performed with the help of ITL laboratory to collect the data. The data of different time zones are collected and compared to observe the impact of lockdown on the environmental air of Delhi. The improvement in the environment and most influential factors are highlighted. The comparative analysis of data for pre and post-lockdown has been performed, providing the significance of individual parameters. The impact of parameters on ambient air of Delhi is also compared with the standard data released by government.
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Unique Paper ID: 154007

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 9

Page(s): 430 - 434
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