Delhi-NCR Air Pollution Live: Alarming AQI! 50% of Delhi government employees will work from home, private offices will soon follow India News | Tech Reddy
Delhi’s air quality remained in the ‘severe’ category on Friday (November 4) morning as the city’s overall Air Quality Index (AQI) touched 472. Noida, which is part of the National Capital Region, recorded a record AQI of 562, according to data released by SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research) India, and remained in the ‘severe’ category, while Gurgaon’s AQI stood at 539 and ‘ remains at ‘critical’. An air quality index of 0 to 100 is considered good, while 100 to 200 is moderate, 200 to 300 is poor, 300 to 400 is very poor, and 400 to 500 or above. considered serious. Some schools in the capital are conducting online classes while others have reduced physical activity and asked students to wear N-95 masks. Primary schools in the capital will remain closed from tomorrow. In Noida and Greater Noida, schools have stopped physical classes up to class 8 and the administration is mulling over future steps.
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