The poor are more likely to breathe in bad air. Photo: Sam Tsang
The poor are more likely to breathe in bad air. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s poor breathing in more bad air than the wealthy, study finds

Those who are down and out disproportionately affected by unhealthy air than those in better-off neighbourhoods, HKU researchers say

The poor are more likely to breathe in bad air. Photo: Sam Tsang
The poor are more likely to breathe in bad air. Photo: Sam Tsang
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