Definition of 'pollen count'
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Check the pollen forecasts daily and if your symptoms are troublesome stay indoors when the pollen counts are high. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Health officials also warned asthma sufferers yesterday that the combination of thunderstorms and high pollen counts could pose extra problems. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The trees have rushed into blossom, so the pollen count is high. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So pop the pills regularly, especially if the pollen counts are high. The Sun (2006)It could all be to do with the high pollen count as it always seems to happen at that time of the year. The Sun (2015)The Met Office warns of high or very high pollen counts for the rest of this week. Times, Sunday Times (2013)With the wet winter, early spring and high grass pollen count, cases could rocket from as early as next week. The Sun (2008)One of those came in 2011 because of a high pollen count at the US trials. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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