Urgent call for government action, 'Reduce air pollution around schools'!

 There are calls to reduce traffic levels around schools in the UK to help children struggling with respiratory conditions like asthma.

Living streets, a UK charity that says its big ambition is that every child than can, walks to school, is recommending that traffic levels around schools should not be allowed to return to pre-covid levels.

School children with asthma and respiratory conditions are said to be at increased risk of breathing difficulties and need to use their inhalers more often when their schools are located close to busy roads. A BBC reporter, Elaine Dunkley visited a UK school in an area with high levels of air pollutions and spoke to children struggling with their asthma there: BBC Report

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