Bangkok and six northern provinces to see air high quality worsen over weekend

Money and 6 northern provinces in Thailand are anticipated to see air quality worsen over the weekend, in accordance with Thailand’s Pollution Control Department (PCD).
The PCD reported yesterday that air quality across the country ranged from very good down to a health-threatening degree at eleven am. The amount of PM2.5 mud particles within the environment additionally exceeded the usual degree in many areas nationwide:
According to the World Health Organisation, the annual average stage of PM2.5 mustn’t exceed 5 micrograms per cubic metre of air.
The capital’s air quality is invariably appalling at this time of year, as a end result of nonetheless air and is expected to stay unsafe for the near future.
PM2.5 levels could be found on the websites bangkokairquality.com and pr-bangkok.com, as well as the Facebook pages of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, the Environment Department, and Air Quality and Noise Management Division, or the AirBKK smartphone application..

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