SCHOOLS SHUT || FLIGHTS DELAYED || ODD EVEN ONCE AGAIN
As contamination levels in Delhi and NCR topped to a three-year high, a thick cover of exhaust cloud immersed a few pieces of the national capital on Monday.
The General Air Quality Index (AQI) of New Delhi at 7:30 am on 4th Nov’2019, remained at 439, which falls under the serious class.
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At a few places, the Air Quality Index (AQI) even arrived at 999 imprints, in the ‘unsafe’ classification. On Monday morning, the general AQI in Delhi was still in the ‘extreme’ classification.
A few flights were occupied and progressively postponed because of poor perceivability at Delhi air terminal. Schools in the capital will stay shut till Tuesday, as a general wellbeing crisis was announced. The third release of odd-even plan street space proportioning plan kicked in from 8 am today, with just even-numbered non-transport vehicles permitted on Delhi streets on the principal day. In the interim, the Arvind Kejriwal government keeps on taking measures to handle the extreme air contamination, for example, sprinkling water on streets to settle the residue. The Center additionally inspected the circumstance with the administrations of Delhi, Haryana and Punjab and reported that the bureau secretary would screen it consistently. Stay tuned for the most recent updates.