Monitor pollution levels via Air Quality stations


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    Indian capital, New Delhi is experiencing another pollution crisis. A thick smog has covered the city's skyline and high pollution levels are causing health issues such as difficulty breathing or coughing.

    The soaring pollution is worsening the situation with the coronavirus pandemic. Catastrophic pollution is making the population more vulnerable to the virus and contributes to the rise of new infection cases.

    Increased pollution has led to a nearly 25% increase in respiratory problems,” said Dr Vivek Nangia, head of the Institute of Respiratory and Critical Care at Max Hospital

    You can now observe pollution levels in your area thanks to Air Quality stations available as an overlay on Windy.

    Photo: Windy.com; desc: Air Quality stations; licence: cc



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