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“…Across the world, an imposedlockdown withinCOVID-19 pandemic has reducedseveral human activities as reported in urban megacities such as India (Das et al, 2021;Srivastava et al, 2021), China (Fan et al, 2021), Pakistan (Ali et al, 2021), Korea and Japan (Hu et al, 2021). For example, the lockdown measures may have a short-term positive impact on decreasing urban pollutionin several places (e.g., Das et al, 2021;Hu et al, 2021;Srivastava et al, 2021) by decreasing particulate matter (Gayen et al, 2021;Venter et al, 2021) as mentioned before. The challenge now remainshow to avoid any __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ Egypt.…”
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“…Across the world, an imposedlockdown withinCOVID-19 pandemic has reducedseveral human activities as reported in urban megacities such as India (Das et al, 2021;Srivastava et al, 2021), China (Fan et al, 2021), Pakistan (Ali et al, 2021), Korea and Japan (Hu et al, 2021). For example, the lockdown measures may have a short-term positive impact on decreasing urban pollutionin several places (e.g., Das et al, 2021;Hu et al, 2021;Srivastava et al, 2021) by decreasing particulate matter (Gayen et al, 2021;Venter et al, 2021) as mentioned before. The challenge now remainshow to avoid any __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ Egypt.…”
Section: Natural Resourcesmentioning
“…The world has been largely affected by the novel Corona virus disease (COVID-19) in every societal aspect (Mishra, Gayen, et al, 2020 ). In this pandemic situation, lockdown and social distancing is the only way to prevent people from being affected by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) (Gayen et al, 2021 ). After the declaration of a global pandemic by WHO on 11th March 2020, schools and higher education institutions across the globe have been closed, impacting vast numbers of students (Hasan & Khan, 2020 ).…”
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“…In urban areas with emissions primarily originating from transporation and industry, lockdowns enforced in 2020 to control spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) ( Hasnain et al, 2020 ; Thu et al, 2020 ) simultaneously reduced ambient air pollution levels ( Collivignarelli et al, 2020 ; Gayen et al, 2021 ). For example, in Delhi, India, the average concentration of PM 10 and PM 2.5 decreased by 57% and 33%, respectively, compared to the previous three years ( Mahato et al, 2020 ).…”
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