Nation Air quality improves nationwide The Saigon Times Daily Monday, Feb 17, 2020,19:13 (GMT+7) Air quality improves nationwide The Saigon Times Daily People wear face masks when traveling on the street. Vietnam’s air quality slightly improved on early February 17 – PHOTO: VNA HCMC – Vietnam’s air quality slightly improved this morning, February 17. In particular, HCMC and Hanoi, whose traffic densities are the highest in the country, were no longer listed among the world’s 10 most polluted cities. Data from the Vietnam Environment Administration and air quality monitoring apps AirVisual and PAM Air revealed that the air quality index (AQI) recorded in most localities as of 10 a.m. today had turned to the green level of between 12 and 42, which means the air quality is healthy. Meanwhile, a monitoring station located at 556 Nguyen Van Cu Street in Hanoi’s Long Bien District showed the air quality was considered acceptable, with the AQI reaching the yellow level of 56. According to PAM Air’s official webiste and app, the quality of air throughout the Southeast Asian nation was at the green level. The improvement in air quality was seen in cities and provinces that frequently suffer air pollution such as Hanoi, HCMC, Hung Yen,… Read full this story
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