Today the air pollution in Delhi, India, became so dense it has caused the airport to delay or detour many flights.
According to a report by the World Health Organization, air pollution may be responsible for 300,000 – 400,000 premature deaths in India each year.
It is quarter to two and #pollution is still visible. Eyes are burning, feeling breathlessness. Seriously considering to leave the city. #pollutionkills #DelhiAirEmergency #AirPollutionIsNotAJoke pic.twitter.com/5jBahIpBvn
— Amit Kumar (@amitjournalist) November 3, 2019
— Siobhan Heanue (@siobhanheanue) November 3, 2019
"We are not doing blame game. It is a matter of our health. All the political parties should sit down and talk on this matter": Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal #DelhiPollution #DelhiSmog #DelhiAirEmergency pic.twitter.com/lRpc77PJ2Z
— NDTV (@ndtv) November 3, 2019
Getting to a point that a new category needs to be added beyond hazardous. Sensors maxing out at 999.#DelhiAirEmergency
And, for some reason there is a very happy 41 at Sector 62, Noida. pic.twitter.com/WACG5JXYXl
— Manu Pubby (@manupubby) November 3, 2019