Dhaka air keeps on being in 'moderate' zone because of storm downpour

Dhaka air continues to be in ‘moderate’ zone due to monsoon rain

Dhaka air keeps on being in 'moderate' zone because of storm downpour

Dhaka's air quality keeps on being in the 'moderate' zone because of discontinuous storm showers.

With an air quality record score of 59 at 9:00am on Wednesday, the city positioned 30th in the rundown of world urban areas with the most horrendously terrible air quality.

Indonesia's Jakarta, Iran's Tehran, Pakistan's Lahore and Peru's Lima involved the initial four spots in the rundown, with AQI scores of 140, 128, 125, and 118, separately.

An AQI somewhere in the range of 50 and 100 is considered 'moderate' with an OK air quality.

Be that as it may, there might be a moderate wellbeing worry for a tiny number of individuals who are surprisingly delicate to air contamination.

An AQI somewhere in the range of 101 and 200 is considered 'undesirable', especially for delicate gatherings.

Likewise, an AQI somewhere in the range of 201 and 300 is supposed to be 'poor', while a perusing of 301 to 400 is considered 'dangerous', presenting serious wellbeing dangers to occupants.

AQI, a file for revealing everyday air quality, is utilized by government organizations to illuminate individuals how perfect or contaminated the demeanor of a specific city, and related wellbeing impacts may be a worry for them.

In Bangladesh, the AQI depends on five rules poisons — Particulate Matter (PM10 and PM2.5), NO2, CO, SO2 and Ozone.

Dhaka has for some time been wrestling with air contamination issues. Its air quality normally turns undesirable during winter and improves during storm.

With the appearance of winter, the city's air quality beginnings decaying strongly because of the monstrous release of poison particles from development works, summary streets, block furnaces and different sources.

Air contamination reliably positions among the top gamble factors for death and inability around the world. Breathing dirtied air has for quite some time been perceived as expanding an individual's possibilities creating coronary illness, ongoing respiratory sicknesses, lung contaminations and disease, as indicated by a few investigations.

According to the World Health Organization, air contamination kills an expected 7,000,000 individuals overall consistently, generally because of expanded mortality from stroke, coronary illness, persistent obstructive pneumonic sickness, cellular breakdown in the lungs and intense respiratory diseases.