Delhi AQI: Air quality now ‘poor’ with AQI at 266

Here we are sharing a piece of big news with you the air rate in the national capital on Saturday morning was considered as “poor” with AQI at 266, as per the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR-India). Since the news has come on the internet and it has gone viral on the social media platforms. Now this news has left many questions in people’s minds and now lots of people have been searching the news on the internet as they are super curious to know about the whole information. In this article we will try to give complete information about the news, so please read the complete article.

Delhi AQI

As per the SAFAR-India at around 7.01 a.m., AQI at Lodhi Road enlisted at  211, showing a ‘poor’ level, while in the Pusa Road area, it had been at 193, representing a ‘moderate’ level. Similarly, the AQI in Gurugram stood at 162, which decreases in the ‘moderate’ category. Nevertheless, AQI came 286 at Delhi Airport (T3). Currently, this news has been making headlines on the internet as people are super curious to know about the whole information about it. Scroll down to the next page for more information about it.

Reportedly the air quality close to Delhi University was estimated at 331, classified as ‘very poor. The AQI in Noida (UP), was 283, also recognising it in the ‘poor’ quality zone. In Ayanagar, the air quality was considered ‘poor’ with an AQI of 201, while the Mathura Road site registered an AQI of 179, which is in the ‘moderate’ category. AQI in the IIT Delhi area stood at 215. Dhirpur registered an AQI of 329, indicating a ‘very poor’ air quality level. You are on the right page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.

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AQI is a tool designed to simplify the communication of air quality situations to the people by utilising readily coherent types. These six AQI categories are: Moderately Polluted, Poor, Good, Satisfactory, Very Poor and Severe. The variety of these types is defined and established on the concentration levels of air pollutants in the environment and their potential health impacts, known as health breakpoints. As per the AQI scale, air markers dropping between 0 and 50 are categorised as “good,” 51 to 100 as “acceptable,” 101 to 200 as “average,” 201 to 300 as “poor,” 301 to 400 as “very poor,” and 401 to 450 as “severe.” The term “severe” is used when the AQI surpasses 450. Here we have shared all the information which we had. Stay tuned to us for more updates.

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