Fine dust covers the capital Bangkok and the surrounding area
The air quality in Thailand’s capital Bangkok and surrounding areas today (April 10) fell below standard, with the level of PM2.5 fine dust measured in the air between 56 and 99 microns. /m3 due to poor air circulation.
According to the Thai Meteorological Department, the safe threshold for fine dust recorded in the air is 50 micrometers/m3 or less. Phasi Charoen district is the area that recorded the highest level of fine dust harmful to health today (April 10), with the amount of PM 2.5 fine dust measured this morning at 99 microns.
In northern Thailand, dust is accumulating due to weak air flow and lack of rain at this time of year, the bureau said.
Meanwhile, the Department of Pollution Control forecasts air quality in Bangkok and surrounding areas will improve on Tuesday, when air circulation conditions get better. The bureau also said that many fires had been detected via satellite in the northern provinces, increasing the level of dust in the air.
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