Are there ultra violet radiations being dangerous in North Africa?

there are news about sun's radiations being dangerous during daytime from 11am-5pm

Answer:
Hello dear!
Well, after the eruption of Santa Helena Volcano, in Washington, USA, masses of materials went high in the atmosphere and beyond. They "destroyed" great quantities of the ozone, in the ozone layer, resulting in the reduction of the UV absorbing/ reflecting layer. This reduction is appearing in several regions, among them is the Mediterranean basin and surrounding regions. Thus, in North Africa, you should be careful and as wisely you put it, avoid midday exposure to the Sun, especially for younger population. Enjoy!
I assume they refer to the Ozone depletion in the Stratosphere? There is no current change, that I am aware of, that will lead to any increase in UV - radiation over North Africa.

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