Date: 2 months ago   Category: Science

Scientists predicted death of millions by 2050


The antibiotics which polluted waters of almost all rivers on the planet and emergence of "superbacteria" will become the reason. Scientists found the high level of pollution by antibiotics of river waters. It can become the reason of mass death of people worldwide. Independent reports about it. Researchers checked water of the rivers flowing in the territory of 72 countries. It turned out that in 65 of them traces of 14 most popular antibiotics are found. Most of all antibiotics found in the rivers of Asia and Africa. At the same time in Bangladesh concentration of drugs in the river exceeded acceptable level by 300 times. Scientists note that residues of drugs get to river waters together with sewer waste. It is fraught that under continuous influence of antibiotics microorganisms are mutated in "superbacteria" which in turn will lead to death of millions of people by 2050. Earlier scientists learned that on Earth there is no place left with clean air. Also the Correspondent published a plot about "a plastic Armageddon". News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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