Can breathing wildfire smoke increase COVID-19 risk?

West Coast residents continue to suffer from fires and smoke with Seattle, Washington posting the worst air quality in the world on Friday. How can breathing wildfire smoke and ash impact the risk of contracting COVID-19? Lalaine Ignao has this report?

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  • Mario
    14 September 2020 at 4:51 pm - Reply

    Coming from a 15,000 crowed rally from Reno, Nevada last Saturday and townhall meeting with Latino leaders on Sunday, then another 25K crowed rally in the afternoon at Minden, Nevada. Latino votes on 2016 election, HC=62%, Trump=34%, yet Trump elected. Today on Latino poll is 52%, meaning a LANDSLIDE VICTORY for Trump. TRUMP arrived in California to visit the wildfire. He met with the National Guard, FEMA, the Governor of California, ICE, and Homeland Security. Trump emphasized proper FORESTRY MANAGEMENT. He said EU counties maintain 50 yards of fire breaker or fire canal and it should be clean regularly during Summer. The Democrat Governor said it is Climate Change, and thanks to TRUMP for responding on the Federal Fire Assistant Grant to combat California fire. Environmentalist does not allow, fallen tree barks, dried leaves to be clean because they said it will disturb the breeding ground for birds, insects, and other species. Trump is heading for Arizona townhall and rally on Minnesota and Wisconsin this week. TRUMP is campaigning all over while BIDEN just stays inside his basement sending video messages. Independent voters wanted to hear, see their candidate physically.