Related Work

Submitted
Wesley James. Submitted. “Air Pollution and COVID-19: A Double Whammy for African American and Impoverished Communities in Cancer Alley”.
Riccardo Pansini and Davide Fornacca. Submitted. “COVID-19 higher induced mortality in Chinese regions with lower air quality”.
Vanessa Bianconi, Paola Bronzo, Maciej Banach, Amirhossein Sahebkar, Massimo R Mannarino, and Matteo Pirro. Submitted. “Particulate matter pollution and the COVID-19 outbreak: results from Italian regions and provinces.” Archives of Medical Science, 16, 1.
Cosimo Magazzino and Nicolas Schneider. Submitted. “The Relationship between Air Pollution and COVID-19-related deaths: An Application to three French Cities”.
2020
Karin Moelling and Felix Broecker. 2020. “Air Microbiome and Pollution: Composition and Potential Effects on Human Health, Including SARS Coronavirus Infection.” Journal of Environmental and Public Health, 2020.
Silvia Comunian, Dario Dongo, Chiara Milani, and Paola Palestini. 2020. “Air pollution and Covid-19: The role of particulate matter in the spread and increase of covid-19's morbidity and mortality.” International journal of environmental research and public health, 17, 12, Pp. 4487.
Silvia Comunian, Dario Dongo, Chiara Milani, and Paola Palestini. 2020. “Air Pollution and Covid-19: The Role of Particulate Matter in the Spread and Increase of Covid-19's Morbidity and Mortality.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17, 12, Pp. 4487.
Matthew Cole, Ceren Ozgen, and Eric Strobl. 2020. “Air Pollution Exposure and COVID-19”.
Anushka Bhaskar, Jay Chandra, Danielle Braun, Jacqueline Cellini, and Francesca Dominici. 2020. “Air pollution, SARS-CoV-2 transmission, and COVID-19 outcomes: A state-of-the-science review of a rapidly evolving research area.” medRxiv.
Ye Yao, Jinhua Pan, Zhixi Liu, Xia Meng, Weidong Wang, Haidong Kan, and Weibing Wang. 2020. “Ambient nitrogen dioxide pollution and spread ability of COVID-19 in Chinese cities.” medRxiv.
Bibek Saha, Animesh Debnath, and Biswajit Saha. 2020. “Analysis and finding the correlation of air quality parameters on the spread and deceased case of COVID-19 patients in India”.
Yaron Ogen. 2020. “Assessing nitrogen dioxide (NO2) levels as a contributing factor to the coronavirus (COVID-19) fatality rate.” Science of the Total Environment, Pp. 138605.
Vanessa Vasquez-Apestegui, Enrique Parras-Garrido, Vilma Tapia, Valeria M Paz-Aparicio, Jhojan P Rojas, Odón R Sánchez-Ccoyllo, and Gustavo F Gonzales. 2020. “Association Between Air Pollution in Lima and the High Incidence of COVID-19: Findings from a Post Hoc Analysis.” Research Square.
Ying Jiang and Jing Xu. 2020. “The association between COVID-19 deaths and short-term ambient air pollution/meteorological condition exposure: a retrospective study from Wuhan, China.” Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, Pp. 1–5.
Zhu Yongjian, Xie Jingu, Huang Fengming, and Cao Liqing. 2020. “Association between short-term exposure to air pollution and COVID-19 infection: Evidence from China.” Science of The Total Environment, Pp. 138704.
Asif Razzaq, Arshian Sharif, Noshaba Aziz, Muhammad Irfan, and Kittisak Jermsittiparsert. 2020. “Asymmetric link between environmental pollution and COVID-19 in the top ten affected states of US: A novel estimations from quantile-on-quantile approach.” Environmental Research, Pp. 110189.
Edoardo Conticini, Bruno Frediani, and Dario Caro. 2020. “Can atmospheric pollution be considered a co-factor in extremely high level of SARS-CoV-2 lethality in Northern Italy?” Environmental Pollution, Pp. 114465.
Ronan Adler Tavella and Flavio Manoel Rodrigues Da Silva Júnior. 2020. “COVID-19 and air pollution: what do we know so far?” VITTALLE-Revista de Ciências da Saúde, 32, 1, Pp. 22–31.
Michael Hendryx and Juhua Luo. 2020. “COVID-19 prevalence and fatality rates in association with air pollution emission concentrations and emission sources.” Environmental Pollution, Pp. 115126.
Claudia Persico and Kathryn R Johnson. 2020. “Deregulation in a Time of Pandemic: Does Pollution Increase Coronavirus Cases or Deaths?”.

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