Pollution drowns Delhi: how to stay safe

There is no respite for the inhabitants of Delhi from the dangerous air quality, as the Delhi-NCR region was engulfed in a thick layer of smog on Monday morning.

Breathing can cause healthy people in prolonged exposure. Even in short exposures, it can cause respiratory diseases or other serious diseases in vulnerable populations.

Who is at risk?

> The public has been advised to avoid any physical activity outdoors and it is recommended for people with heart and lung diseases, older adults and children to stay indoors and avoid any effort.

In a statement, Delhi's health minister Satyendar Jain said the air pollution He had reached the severe level and asked people to follow what is due and should not be done as mentioned in the notice.

To combat the menace of air pollution , the government of Delhi's has also commenced today. It is scheduled to conclude on November 14. The scheme will be applicable from 8am to 8pm. It will not be effective on Sunday, November 10.