Delhi air quality stays ‘exceptionally poor’.

Thursday morning in Delhi was dim and cold, with the base temperature settling at 16.3 degrees Celsius. The air quality.

Thursday morning in Delhi was dim and cold, with the base temperature settling at 16.3 degrees Celsius.

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The air quality in the public capital has constantly stayed in the ‘extremely poor’ classification for five successive days with AQI remaining at 343 (exceptionally poor) on Thursday morning, as per SAFAR-India.

Thursday morning in the public capital was cloudy and cold, with the base temperature settling at 16.3 degrees Celsius. Air quality checking stations at Anand Vihar, Bawana, Mundka, and Punjabi Bagh recorded an Air Quality File (AQI) in the serious classification, while 28 different stations detailed an exceptionally poor AQI, according to PTI.

The AQI in the national capital stood at 322 on Monday and 327 on Tuesday, according to data provided by the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR)-India.

In the NCR, Noida likewise recorded ‘extremely poor’ air quality today with an AQI of 397. On Wednesday, the AQI in Noida remained at 391, and in Gurugram, it was 323 (exceptionally poor).

What is the Air Quality File (AQI)?
The Air Quality File (AQI) is a fundamental device for really imparting air quality status to people in general in an effectively justifiable way. It comprises of six AQI classifications: Great, Good, Respectably Contaminated, Poor, Extremely Poor, and Serious.

Every classification is resolved in view of the degrees of encompassing centralizations of air toxins and their potential wellbeing influences, known as wellbeing breakpoints. As indicated by the AQI scale, air quality falls into the accompanying reaches: 0 to 50 is ‘great,’ 51 to 100 is ‘palatable,’ 101 to 200 is ‘moderate,’ 201 to 300 is ‘poor,’ 301 to 400 is ‘extremely poor,’ and 401 to 450 is ‘serious.”

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