A cloud of soot from fires in Canada arrives in Huelva, which “will not affect” air quality

The sky of Huelva has dawned this Tuesday with a white and dense cloud with particles of soot from the great fires that are plaguing Canada. This is a phenomenon that, as explained by the professor at the University of Huelva and coordinator of the Air Quality Unit of the CSIC-UHU, Jesús de la Rosa, “should not influence air quality or the health of people”, because “goes high”but that it will still last “a few days”.

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