DELHI POLLUTION 2022: Pollution in Delhi at alarming level, problems reaches out to 4 out of 5 families.

Publish Date: 06 Nov, 2022 |
 

Delhi-NCR People are becoming sicker due to the rising pollution in Delhi-NCR. . People continue to long for pure air. The Delhi government has declared a holiday for primary schools until November 8 in an effort to protect children from pollution, but the nation's capital appears powerless in the face of it. In Delhi, half of the staff has been instructed to work remotely, and the odd-even schedule may soon be implemented.


Delhi’s condition rises at an alarming level

Delhi continues to be covered in a thick layer of smoke. The category of the Air Quality Index (AQI) has changed from "severe" to "very poor." The AQI is currently around 445. Significantly, an AQI of 400 or higher is regarded as significant, and it can have an adverse effect on both healthy individuals and individuals who are ill.


Polluting automobiles have also been banned. In accordance with the Delhi Transport Department's directive, BS-3 petrol and BS-4 diesel light motor vehicles (LMVs) would also be prohibited from operating in Delhi starting on Saturday till further orders.


4 out of 5 families in Delhi are facing problems

According to the survey, four out of every five homes reported having recently dealt with illnesses linked to pollution. According to the survey, 80% of the homes with children were found to have at least one member who was experiencing breathing difficulties as a result of air pollution.


 

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