Delhi Pollution: Mask up people, smog is back in Capital
As smoggy mornings are back, the air quality has dropped to 200m which is classified as “very poor” on the air quality index across National Capital Region.
The smog could be felt inside the houses, offices and metro stations. “According to Delhi Pollution Control Committee's data on Sunday, the city has witnessed PM2.5 and the worst was at Anand Vihar in east Delhi with the primary pollutant being PM10. Out of 19 monitoring stations in NCR, 12 recorded severe air quality with lowest AQI in Gurgaon.”, reported Hindustan Times.
The capital’s deteriorating air quality has also forced some schools to suspend outdoor activities for students. On Monday, Delhi’s overall AQI was 354 and it was 368 on Sunday, while as Noida and Ghaziabad remained worst-affected areas and had “severe” category of air quality.
So Delhiites, stay inside and stay safe!
LOOK AT THE SMOG DELHI. LOOK. We do REALLY deserve to die. pic.twitter.com/AzuIXIBhaj— mostlyharmlessgirl (@JhinukSen) November 7, 2017