New research shows that more exposure to nature helps prevent the new crown virus.
chief scientist of the urban nature Laboratory of the estuarine Institute of San Francisco Erica Spotswood, chief author of the paper on natural sustainability, told reporters that “the imbalance between natural and convenient city in different cities in the United States has produced many effects on people’s health, and this effect has become more and more significant during COVID-19”. “Erika Stawood,” Novel coronavirus pneumonia is more surprising than novel coronavirus pneumonia.
is even more surprising. The above papers will relate naturally to the infection rate of new crown pneumonia. In other words, trees and other natural elements can provide protection against diseases for people living around them. The
group stressed that although their analysis is reasonable in Statistics, they also only prove the relationship between nature and new crown pneumonia. It is understood that among the environmental psychology experts in the United States, they have their own views on nature and epidemic. Guo Ming, associate professor of natural resources and environmental science at the University of Illinois and co-author of the paper, said in an interview with reporters: “Novel coronavirus pneumonia can be protected from the infection of the new crown pneumonia.” “We know that people staying in parks or woods for a period of time can increase the’natural killer cells’ in the body, which is our body’s’ army’ against virus infection. The greener a person’s living area is, the less likely he is to be infected with various viruses. When we touch a virus (any virus) Our natural killer army will suppress it immediately before it evolves into a full-blown disease. Since it is the same for all viruses we have studied, it has the same effect on potential COVID-19. ” The novel coronavirus pneumonia can also help to reduce the pressure of the environment. It is also found that exposure to green environment can not only relieve pressure but also activate the immune response.
and other natural elements can also reduce air pollution and air temperature. Other studies have concluded that air pollution and air temperature are associated with the infection rate of new crown pneumonia.
, those living in parks and other green spaces are adjacent to the environment. People in the area are more likely to carry out outdoor social activities in areas where the epidemic situation is significantly reduced.
whatever the reason, the research team suggests that relevant parties should introduce short-term measures during the epidemic period to remove obstacles to people’s contact with nature. For example, local governments should keep urban parks open, safe and available