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Air quality in many places in Haryana was recorded in ‘severe’ category

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| Updated: 15 Nov 2020, 08:38:00 PM

Chandigarh, November 15 (Language) In Haryana, air quality was recorded in the ‘severe’ category at several places on Sunday, while in some cities of Punjab, it was ‘very poor’. This information was received from government agencies. Air quality index (AQI) has been recorded at over 400 in several cities of Haryana including Gurugram and Faridabad coming to the national capital Delhi. As per Central Pollution Control Board data, AQI 414 was recorded in Faridabad, 425 in Gurugram, 441 in Hisar, 457 in Jind and 446 in Fatehabad. The day before, AQI in these cities was 378, 358, 468, 459 and

Chandigarh, 15 November (Language) In Haryana, air quality was recorded in the ‘severe’ category at several places on Sunday while it was at ‘very poor’ level in some cities of Punjab. This information was received from government agencies. Air quality index (AQI) has been recorded at over 400 in several cities of Haryana including Gurugram and Faridabad coming to the national capital Delhi. As per Central Pollution Control Board data, AQI 414 was recorded in Faridabad, 425 in Gurugram, 441 in Hisar, 457 in Jind and 446 in Fatehabad. The day before, the AQI in these cities was 378, 358, 468, 459 and 471 respectively. Air quality remained in the ‘very poor’ category with 397 AQI in Rohtak, 360 in Sirsa, 378 in Ballabgarh, 367 in Kaithal and 372 in Kurukshetra. The ‘very poor’ air quality cities of Punjab include Amritsar (374), Bathinda (354), Jalandhar (314) and Ludhiana (345). The AQI in these cities was 313, 332, 294 and 300 respectively on Saturday. Chandigarh’s AQI was recorded in the ‘middle category’ on Saturday and Sunday with 131 and 145 respectively. AQIs between zero and 50 are considered ‘good’, 51-100 ‘satisfactory’, 101-200 ‘moderate’, 201-300 ‘bad’, 301-400 ‘very poor’ and 401-500 ‘severe’. An AQI above 500 falls in the ‘severe-plus’ or ’emergency’ category.

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