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air pollution levels in Bangkok this morning

This morning, in 15 provinces of Thailand, mainly in the central, eastern, and northeastern regions, the air pollution level with PM2.5 particles reached a dangerous red level.

According to the Geoinformatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA), the highest concentration of PM2.5 particles, 134.8 µg/m³, was recorded in Chachoengsao province.

Following the list: 113.5 µg/m³ in Ang Thong, 110 µg/m³ in Samut Sakon, 109.6 µg/m³ in Nonthaburi, 109.2 µg/m³ in Singburi, 104.3 µg/m³ in Chonburi, 100.5 µg/m³ in Pathum Thani, and 99.8 µg/m³ in Bangkok.

The Ministry of Public Health recommends monitoring the air pollution level using the Air4Thai application or the website http://air4thai.pcd.go.th. It also suggests reducing outdoor activities and wearing protective masks if necessary.

Anyone experiencing symptoms such as cough, difficulty breathing, eye irritation, chest tightness, headache, irregular heartbeat, nausea, or fatigue is advised to consult a doctor.

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