The "Stay at home" COVID-19 lockdown restriction represented a "real-life experiment" of pollen avoidance for children affected by pollen allergy.

The "Stay at home" COVID-19 lockdown restriction may have prevented asthma exacerbations in children affected by pollen allergy: a single center experience

Pecoraro, Luca;Piacentini, Giorgio;Pietrobelli, Angelo;
2021

Abstract

The "Stay at home" COVID-19 lockdown restriction represented a "real-life experiment" of pollen avoidance for children affected by pollen allergy.
pollen allergy, asthma, COVID-19, Pediatrics
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