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A table or pedestal fan is safe for air circulation among family members living together who are not infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, said Maria Neira, director of the department of public health and environment at the WHO.
We cannot get out of this crisis with the same levels of pollution. It has to be a green recovery, says Maria Neira, director of environment, climate change and health at the World Health Organization.
Date: Apr 27, 2020
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14 out of world's 20 most polluted cities in India: WHO
Many of the worlds megacities exceed WHOs guideline levels for air quality by more than 5 times, representing a major risk to peoples health, Maria Neira, director of the Department of Public Health, Social and Environmental Determinants of Health at WHO, said, adding, there is an acceleration
Date: May 02, 2018
Some Of Earth's Lowest Air Pollution Levels Found In Western Colorado Town
Im afraid what is dramatic is that air pollution levels still remain at dangerously high levels in many parts of the world, Dr. Maria Neira, director of the WHOs Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health, said of the study published Tuesday. No doubt that air
Date: May 02, 2018
Through a fog of data, air of Indian cities' looks dirtiest
Chinese cities such as Xingtai and Shijiazhuang and the Saudi refining hub at Jubail were also highly polluted, but the data for those places was 4-5 years old, and Maria Neira, WHOs head of public health, said China had made big improvements that India should follow.
Date: May 01, 2018
Report: Environmental Hazards Kill 1.7 Million Kids Under 5 Each Year
"That terrible figure" makes up about a quarter of child deaths under 5, says Dr. Maria Neira, WHO's public health and environment department director and lead author on the reports. In addition, children can experience mental and physical developmental disorders and an increased lifelong risk for c
Date: Mar 07, 2017
Polluted environments kill 1.7 million children each year, UN agency reports
Investing in the removal of environmental risks to health, such as improving water quality or using cleaner fuels, will result in massive health benefits, said Maria Neira, WHO Director, Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health.
Date: Mar 06, 2017
Environmental Pollution Kills 1.7 Million Children Under Five Every Year
While most of these child deaths occur in developing countries, Maria Neira, WHO Director, Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health told VOA that air pollution was a big leveler between rich and poor countries.