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Delhi’s air quality up to very poor quality; People have respiratory problems – Fast Hindi News

New Delhi: Residents of Delhi woke up to a heavy layer of haze on Thursday as the air quality in the national capital and adjoining areas once again dipped into the severe category.

At 8 am, the national capital’s Air Quality Index (AQI) was 364 (in the “very poor” category), and at 7 am, it was 408 (in the “severe” category). The decline in air quality is due to adverse weather conditions with a decrease in wind speed and a sharp increase in the incidence of farm fires. An AQI of 401 to 500 is considered critical.

According to data supplied by SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research) India, Gurugram’s AQI stood at 318 and remained in the “extremely poor category”, while the AQI of Noida, which is a part of the National Capital Region, stood at 318. Fell down. 393, also in the “very poor” category.

An AQI between 0 and 100 is considered acceptable, between 100 and 200 as intermediate, and between 200 and 300 as poor. An AQI of 300 to 400 is considered extremely poor.

North Delhi had the worst air quality, with almost every station in the region recording an AQI of 400 or more.

Barring a handful, including Mandir Marg in Delhi’s downtown, most stations in the city have an AQI above 300.

SAFAR figures show that Dhirpur in Model Town fell to an AQI of 457, a level at which even healthy people can become ill.

Today, the AQI around IGI Airport (T3) was 346, which is considered “very poor”. The local AQI on Wednesday was 350.

With the national capital’s air quality deteriorating, Delhi authorities have put all development and demolition on hold till further orders.

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has requested the Delhi government to close the schools till the air quality improves.


दिल्ली की वायु गुणवत्ता बहुत खराब गुणवत्ता तक; लोगों को होती है सांस की समस्या



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