As Fires Rage Outside, Indoor Air Risks Could Also Be Lurking August 16, 2021
Dr. Mark Vossler, president of Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility, said gas stoves can also present hazards to our health.
“We think that we can escape bad outdoor air quality by going indoors, but of course if we’re burning fossil fuels in the home, we’re also creating bad indoor air quality,” Vossler contended.
The potential combination of bad air quality indoors and outdoors comes as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on.
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