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Frank Hovis

If you're coughing a lot tomorrow (Saturday) this is why

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Just when the weather was lovely.
 

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The whole of southern England - including Devon and Cornwall - is likely to be hit by a huge cloud of air pollution this weekend.

The Government has warned that it will expose the most vulnerable to more health risks.

Low winds have pushed agricultural ammonia, particulates from fires and industry pollution over continental Europe towards the British Isles, reports the Mirror.

The cloud of pollution will cover southern England and parts of Wales, and is expected to hang over the Isles until Sunday.

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs warns that people with asthma and other breathing problems should avoid physical activity during periods of "very high pollution", as the UK is experiencing.

 

 

https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/plymouth-news/devon-cornwall-hit-huge-dust-4039250

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Suspect pollution is already bad, I'm in the rural midlands and there has been a persistent brake dust, road grot and bonfire with a hint of shit odour in the air for the last two days. Combine with seasonal pollen for extra snottiness and coughing and a rise in corona anxiety is baked in xD

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50 minutes ago, Reck B said:

”The whole of southern England - including Devon and Cornwall 

What? 2 of the most southern counties in southern England are included in something affecting the whole of southern England?

It's in the local press rather than s national.

Down yer I am considered relatively cosmopolitan for taking an interest in and actually visiting Devon.

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1 hour ago, Caravan Monster said:

Suspect pollution is already bad, I'm in the rural midlands and there has been a persistent brake dust, road grot and bonfire with a hint of shit odour in the air for the last two days. Combine with seasonal pollen for extra snottiness and coughing and a rise in corona anxiety is baked in xD

We need some rain. Despite all that flooding from rain our soil now is dry. 

That'll help keep dust down

 

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