Delhi Pollution: Delhi-NCR‘s air quality has fallen into the severe category. Poisonous air is suffocating to breathe. The amount of pollutants in the air has increased, and this air pollution enters the body through the breath and obstructs lung function.
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The Central Pollution Control Board states that an AQI reading in Delhi that is higher than 450 is harmful. Polluted air is most harmful to children, the elderly, and asthmatics. Due to the rising levels of air pollution, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal declared on Thursday night that all public and private elementary schools in the city will be closed for the next two days.
DMRC announced in a statement that it will add 20 more train rides to its network starting tomorrow, November 3, 2023 (Friday), in response to the third phase of the GRAP, which aims to reduce pollution in Delhi.