SO2 levels in Wuhan vicinity far exceed anywhere in China and raises concerns about how many corpses were burned

SO2 levels in Wuhan’s vicinity

According to international data supplier Windy’s tracking data on February 8, the density of sulphur dioxide (SO2) emissions in Wuhan, Hubei has reached 1342.27 µg/m3, 16 times the danger threshold of 80 µg/m3.

According to INTELWAVE’s Twitter, SO2 emissions around Wuhan is 1700 µg/m3, more than twice the levels of its runner-up, Chongqin (800 µg/m3).

This caused some to speculate that it is a sign of mass cremations of victims of the deadly disease – to generate that amount, an estimated 14,000 corpses would need to be burned.

Source: Sound of Hope, Windy.com, Taiwan News

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