Due to the incessant fires that have occurred in recent days, a dense layer of smoke has covered much of the country’s skies, which was evidenced by satellite images captured by NASA.
The National Aeronautics Administration of Space (by its acronym in English NASA), showed an image that shows how the smoke covers the department of Francisco Morazán, which is currently the most affected by the accidents.
The portal of the space agency details that the photograph was captured by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (Modis) on the Terra satellite.
It should be mentioned that according to the National Institute of Forest Conservation (ICF), to date more than 15 thousand hectares of forest have been lost.
On the other hand, infectologist from the different hospitals in Honduras have warned that the haze could cause respiratory diseases, which would make Hondurans more immune to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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