Delhi-NCR has reached the dangerous category due to air pollution . The level of pollution is expected to remain the same for the next three days. The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) recorded the Air Quality Index (AUI) 999 on Thursday in Punjabi Bagh in Delhi.
While the usual Auai 346 was registered in Delhi. In the morning the AuI of various places in Delhi was poorly measured. In Delhi’s Lodhi Road, the pollutant PM 2.5 level was leveled at 307 and the PM10 level was 194. In the University of Delhi, pollutants like PM 2.5 level were rated 324 and PM 10 was level 248. In Ghaziabad, the level of pollution was recorded 404 whereas in Faridabad and Noida air quality was ‘very poor’.
The Central Government-run air quality and weather forecasting system (Safar) said that the ACU is expected to increase from tonight for the next two days. It will be in a very poor category. This is primarily due to the lack of wind speed with adverse weather conditions. There is a negligible quantity of dust or paralysis smoke in long distance. Rescue the elderly, children and patients with respiratory and cardiovascular problems from much more physical work. Use the mask to get out of the house.
Take special care of catering at this time, eat more fluids and give to the children as well. Prevent children from playing outside the house, so that they do not get into the grip of disease. Make regular pollution cards of the gas powered by petrol diesel.
To save pregnant women and children from air pollution, the air filters machine can be installed at home. The easiest way to avoid pollution is by planting plants. Some plants may work very hard to reduce poisonous gases. With the help of plants such as Aloe Vera, Lily, Snake Plant (Snake Plant), Pine Plant (Money Plant) Money Plant, Arica Palm and English Ivy, you can prevent colds, allergies and irritation in the eyes.