Air pollution: Delhi’s ‘health’ deteriorated due to pollution, air is still in the ‘severe’ category, AQI 436 – Pollution Delhi’s air quality continues to be severe with AQI 436 SAFAR updates air quality delhi and lbs weather forecast

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  • The level of pollution increased in the air of Delhi
  • Delhi’s air quality is very bad

Delhi AQI Updates: There is no pollution relief even today (Sunday) in the national capital Delhi. Even after three days of Diwali, there is a haze in the Delhi sky with a layer of pollution. Farmers in neighboring Punjab state are burning stubble in fields amid rising pollution levels in the capital. What is deteriorating the health of Delhi’s air. The level of pollution in Delhi still remains in the category of “severe”.

According to data published by the Air Quality System and Weather Forecast and Research (SAFAR) today (Sunday) morning, even today the air in the capital is still in the ‘severe category’. Delhi’s Average Air Quality Index (AQI) has been recorded at 436.

The PM 2.5 level in Delhi has been 286, while the PM 10 level has been recorded at 412 micrograms per cubic meter. According to data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the average air quality index (AQI) in Delhi-NCR was recorded at 462 on Saturday.

The Air Quality Index (AQI) is defined as’ good ‘between zero and 50,’ satisfactory ‘between 51 and 100,’ moderate ‘between 101 and 200,’ poor ‘between 201 and 300, 301 and 400. Between’ very poor ‘and between 401 and 500 are considered in the’ severe ‘category.

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