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It is time for current affairs critic Koh Hyun-jun to deliver news just for the topic.

What's the first news on Friday?

<Hyun-Joon Koh/Presentation Critic> The

British court recognized air pollutants such as nitrogen dioxide and fine dust as the first cause of death in the world.

In February 2013, a British court ruling that the cause of the death of a 9-year-old girl Ella Kisie Debra, who died of an asthma attack, included air pollution from automobile smoke and the like.

Foreign media reported that it is believed to be the first case in the world that air pollution was recognized as the cause of death in the death certificate.Forensic medicine experts said that the dead Ella was exposed to nitrogen dioxide and fine dust exceeding the standards of the World Health Organization, mainly from automobile exhaust. I explained that it would be.

Ella lived about 25 meters away from a heavy traffic road in southeast London. She was healthy enough to win a prize at a gymnastics competition, but she suffered an asthma attack in 2010 and was hospitalized more than 30 times. All right, and he died three years later.

Ella's mother expressed concern about the ruling, saying justice has been fulfilled and that there are still other children living in cities with severe air pollution.

In the UK, it is estimated that between 28,000 and 36,000 people die each year from air pollution.


Actually, it's because it's invisible, so it's rare that air pollution will have a big impact in the big frame.

Please tell me the next news.

<Koh Hyeon-jun/Sisa Critic>

This is the next news.

As the social atmosphere that values ​​work-life balance and so-called work balance spread, it was found that the use of annual leave by office workers increased.

As a result of a survey conducted by the Korea Culture and Tourism Research Institute of about 5,000 workers in Korea, the number of days of annual vacation use last year before the coronavirus epidemic was 10.9 days, an increase from the previous year.

The annual leave burnout rate was 72.4%, a slight increase from 70.7% a year ago, and it is analyzed that this is the result of the spread of a social atmosphere that emphasizes harmony between work and life.

By month, the use of annual leave from July to August was 30.1%, down 1.5 percentage points from the previous year, while the use of annual leave at other times increased evenly, indicating that demand concentrated in summer was scattered.

As the value of rest increases, the cost of vacation workers is also increasing.The average annual cost per worker spent on annual leave last year was 1234,000 won, which was 345,000 won compared to 2018 when it was 889,000 won. Increased.

In particular, those in their 30s and 40s spent more than 1.3 million won, which was more expensive than other age groups.

<Anchor> Because

you have to rest while spending money to get stronger.

What about the next news?

<Koh Hyun-jun / Current Affairs Critic>

This is the last news today (18th).

This is news that the photos submitted by Korea were selected at the World Meteorological Organization's 2021 Calendar Photo Contest.

If you look at the picture, you can see a picture of the city in the fog, Goyang, Gyeonggi-do, which can be seen on the World Meteorological Organization's next year's calendar.

The World Meteorological Organization annually invites 193 member countries to contest photos of the calendar for the following year. The theme of this year is'Ocean, our climate and weather', and 13 of the most beautiful and unusual meteorological phenomena among the 1,000 entries. Selected.

One of the works selected this time, ‘Fog City’ by artist Bang Chun-seong, won the Gold Prize at the 37th Meteorological and Climate Photo Exhibition. It is being evaluated.

In the last and this year's calendars, two and one photographs each of Korea's meteorological phenomena were selected and published. He said he hoped it could be a little comfort in difficult times.