Pollution is increasing rapidly with the departure of the monsoon and Delhi’s air is getting worse. For the Fourth consecutive day on Sunday, Delhi’s air quality index was recorded as ‘bad’. AQI 266 of the capital Delhi was recorded on Sunday. According to the System of Air Quality and Ved Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), pollution will decrease on Monday and AQI will rotate between ‘bad’ to ‘normal’.
Air quality of 0-50 is considered good, 51-100 level is considered satisfactory, 101-200 is normal, 201-300 is bad, 301-400 is very poor and 401-500 is dangerous and serious category. is.
The Air Quality Index 313 was recorded in Dhirpur area at 8:30 am and reached a very poor category with a level of 306 in Mathura Road area. It recorded 245, 290 and 300 in Terminal 3 and Delhi University area, near Pusa Road.
SAFAR has issued an alert asking sensitive people to avoid doing more fatigue work. Local people have been told not to do heavy work and to take more breaks in between work. Asthma patients have been advised to start taking their medication along with symptoms of cough and difficulty in breathing.
On issuing an advisory, Safar has said, “If the heart patients feel more tired, trouble breathing, nervousness, then contact the doctor immediately.” Let us tell you that under the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) of Delhi-NCR from October 15, several steps will be taken to deal with air pollution, which was first implemented in the year 2017 in Delhi-NCR.