Living in these areas of the US raises your risk of death from coronavirus,

A new study maps long-term air pollution levels with death rates from Covid-19 and finds those of us who live in highly polluted areas are more likely to die from the disease.

You are more likely to die from Covid-19 if you live in a county in the United States with higher levels of long-term air pollution, according to new research released Tuesday by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

“We found that an increase of only 1 gram per cubic meter in fine particulate matter in the air was associated with a 15% increase in the Covid-19 death rate,” said lead author Francesca Dominici, co-director of the Harvard Data Science Initiative.

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