In Pakistani metropolis, the amount of toxic substances in the air exceeds the norm by 38 times

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 In the Pakistani metropolis, the amount of toxic substances in the air exceeds the norm by 38 times

Many people complain of breathing problems.

The dirtiest air on the planet was recorded in the Pakistani metropolis of Lahore.

This was reported in TSN. Ranok November 25.

The concentration of toxic substances in the atmosphere there exceeds the permissible level 38 times. While local authorities are considering whether to introduce a climatic lockdown in the city, local doctors are sounding the alarm. Indeed, the number of people with diseases of the respiratory system has increased significantly. Citizens are advised to wear respirators outside.

Poor air quality in Pakistan is blamed on outdated production technologies and the massive burning of crop residues in the fields after harvest is complete.

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