Research carried out by the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) showed that over the last 30 days there has been a reduction of approximately 40 per cent in the average level of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution and a 10 per cent reduction in the average level of particulate matter pollution.
That has collectively meant an estimated 11,000 deaths from air pollution have been avoided across Europe.
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