Research shows: nearly 500000 newborns died of air pollution in 2019

According to Agence France Presse, a global air condition report jointly released by the US Institute of health effects and the Institute of health indicators and assessment showed that 476000 newborns died of air pollution in 2019, nearly two thirds of which died of toxic gases from cooking fuels. < / P > < p > the report said that India and sub Saharan Africa were most affected. In India, more than 116000 newborns die of air pollution in the first month of life, compared with 236000 in sub Saharan Africa. < p > < p > the report also said that air pollution caused 6.7 million deaths worldwide in 2019, making it the fourth leading cause of death after hypertension, tobacco and dietary risks. 08/16/2020