Nature is healing

In many countries a lockdown has been ordered to prevent the transmission of Coronavirus. This has led us to witness several natural instances which were almost impossible in our day to day lives.


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Nature is healing

In many countries a lockdown has been ordered to prevent the transmission of Coronavirus. This has led us to witness several natural instances which were almost impossible in our day to day lives. From breathing clean air to finding animals on the streets people are sharing photos on the social media how this lockdown is good for nature.

Ozone layer healing

Sudden drop in pollution level around the world has led to a positive impact on ozone layer. With less vehicles on the road the ozone layer finally gets it's breathing space.

A study conducted by Nature heralds hints that full healing of ozone layer can be possible in future .

Decreasing pollution level

Empty roads and clear blue skies had become the rarest and rare sites of Delhi. The pollution level of Delhi saw a drastic fall recently after the lockdown as lesser number of people are venturing outside.

The city's Air Quality Index is less as 50 which used to be range from 500-600 in Winter.

Also read how social distancing is helping nature .

Animals roaming freely on streets

People have been sharing several images and videos of animals roaming freely on roads. These animals are seldom seen on roads as they usually stay in jungles. Their emergence to the city is mainly because of peace and calmness of the City due to lockdown.

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