An ozone hole in Arctic region has been evolved in the last year Spring; it was recorded as the largest hole around the sphere. Scientists were tracking this hole at the Copernicus’ Atmospheric Monitoring Service; they confirmed that the hole has been closed.
It was created by the evolving human activity and removed by a strong arctic polar vortex as well. Though it’s closing up is not related with the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdown. The group of scientist has been tweeted that it was driven by a surprisingly strong polar vortex and there is no relation of air quality changes.
That hole was spread around 11 miles in the stratosphere. Along with that the ozone holes of Antarctica also has been healing by the less human activity during a pandemic. The pandemic has been developed the air quality with less industrial and transportation activity, which is a good sign as well.