Delhi Air Quality ‘Very Poor’ Since November 23

Delhi Air Quality ‘Very Poor’ Since November 23

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Air quality in Delhi, ‘very poor’ since 23rd of last month remained unchanged today, with high-level of nitrogen dioxide across residential areas heightening the toxicity of the haze. The United Nations marked 05th of December the day as the first international smog day. The United Nations Environment Programme said in a statement it is a moment to remember all of the people who have died prematurely, and avoidably, because of the air pollution. The city’s average Air Quality Index was 378 on a scale of 500, classified as ‘very poor’, marginally better than yesterday’s 390.