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Has Lockdown Led To The Restoration Of Nature - A Review

Author: JAI REXLIN.P.E, A.K.ANJALI, ANITHA ROY
Abstract: In December 2019, a local outbreak of pneumonia of initially unknown reason was identified in Wuhan( Hubei, China), also, was quickly determined to be caused by a novel Coronavirus, namely Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS- CoV-2). The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus is known to cause 2019 Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). Nationwide lockdown is being implemented to stop public transport, keep people at their homes and out of their work, and maintain social distancing. In turn, large geographical areas of the world ( India, USA, China, Italy, Spain) have been almost halted. The temporary slashed down global air pollution as a result of COVID-19 minimizes the global emissions and maintains the economies once the pandemic eases. The Control plans implemented have improved air quality. Due to National and International Lockdown, the self revival rate of nature is boosted. There is a 30% reduction in terms of pollution in countries like Wuhan, Italy, Spain, and the USA. And the recent satellite images also show a significant reduction in terms of NO2. Due to the shutdown of Major Industrial units, there is a reduction in waste discharge into water bodies. Hence, this study aims to understand the positive impacts of the lockdown on nature.
Keyword: COVID-19; Pandemic; Lockdown; Pollution; Nature.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.01.247
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