As Pollution Levels In India Drop, People Start Seeing The Himalayas For The First Time In 30 Years

We have already reported on some of the positive effects the coronavirus quarantine had on the environment in China, and now India has followed suit.

People living in the Jalandhar district of Punjab of Northern India, located around 125 miles (200 km)! away from the Himalayas, reported that as pollution levels in the country have dropped, they are able to see the Himalaya mountains for the first time in 30 years.

Here are some of the photos they have shared on social media.

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The mountains are visible again due to the reduced pollution in the region
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