Air quality from bushfires, dust storms could have long-term health effects

Nadine Morton
Updated June 24 2020 - 3:57pm, first published 7:30am
POOR VISION: Dust storms and bushfire smoke blanketed the Central West for much of the summer with air quality often rated as 'very poor' or 'hazardous'. Photo: LES FINN
POOR VISION: Dust storms and bushfire smoke blanketed the Central West for much of the summer with air quality often rated as 'very poor' or 'hazardous'. Photo: LES FINN

BUSHFIRE smoke and dust storms that blanketed the Central West for much of the summer could lead to serious long-term effects, including shortening your life.

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Nadine Morton

Nadine Morton

Senior journalist

Breaking news journalist at the Illawarra Mercury. Email: nadine.morton@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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