Bangkok’s toxic air results in bleeding nose and red eyes among the civilians
Bangkok’s thick smog and poisonous air is making a huge amount of people sick. Many people have been severally ill because of the air quality in Bangkok.
Few people took it to social media where they shared horrifying pictures of them coughing blood and having blood-red eyes. Hazardous dust particles known as PM 2.5 have exceeded the safe level in 41 areas according to Department of Pollution Control.
The department further explained that the PM 2.5 is a mixture of liquid droplets and solid particles which can include dust, soot and smoke. It is one the main measures of Air Quality Index (AQI).
The air pollution has prompted schools to close in Thailand’s capital for the rest of the week. Authorities are spraying water on overpasses to catch micro-pollutants.
The media in Bangkok is showing the ways through which people can take care of their health and are also urging authorities to take appropriate measures.