Holes in the ozone layer have been proven to cause sunburns worse than in areas that have more ozone protection. Lack of ozone has also been known to cause skin cancer, cataracts, weakened immune system and can have adverse impacts on crops.
Absolutely, yes. You will. Even if you are not directly under a hole, areas near the holes experience more radiation. This is a major problem in Australia. The country requires children to wear hats outdoors, some even including hats in the school uniform. They also have shades over children’s playgrounds to prevent UV exposure.
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