VOV.VN -Air quality in the capital has once again worsened to dangerous levels after it previously improved for a short period of time.
VOV.VN - Air quality in Ho Chi Minh City worsened once again on the morning of June 26 with the air quality index (AQI) rising to 161, a level which is considered to be harmful to people’s health, following an evaluation of monitoring application AirVisual.
Air quality in big cities dramatically improved last month, said the Vietnam Environment Administration under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
A meeting was held in Hanoi on May 27 to discuss measures to control air pollution and improve air quality in Vietnam’s major cities.
VOV.VN - The morning of April 28 saw the capital choked with pollution once more with the air quality index (AQI) at six out of 11 sensor stations recording hazardous levels of between 158 and 175 at 9:00 am following a period of significant improvement.
Hanoi's air quality improved significantly in March following the drastic reduction of traffic and suspension of construction due to COVID-19 pandemic, the Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA) reported on April 7.
The air quality in Vietnam will improve from the end of March into the following months compared to that in the first months of 2020, the Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA) under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has said.
The Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA) has launched a mobile application named “Envisoft” to help users regularly update information about air quality.
The US consulate in Ho Chi Minh City said on January 7 it has helped install air monitoring equipment at 10 locations around the city.
The Department of Health is tasked with advising the people on health protection measures, with special emphasis on ways to prevent respiratory diseases.
With urban residents choked by air pollution for months, the Ministry of Health has issued a 14-step guideline to help deal with the menace.
VOV.VN - The air quality in the capital city of Hanoi has once again worsened with the morning of December 13 seeing the air quality index (AQI) rise to the hazardous level of 311, following an evaluation of air quality monitoring applications PAMAir and Air Visual.
Hanoi's air quality has been worsening this month, with its PM2.5 levels rising, according to the Vietnam Environment Administration.
Public concern over air quality has seen demand for air purifiers skyrocket since mid-September in Ho Chi Minh City.
People in Hanoi are buying expensive masks to protect themselves from serious air pollution.
It is recommended that in order to protect themselves from exposing to the dangers of ultra-fine dust, adults, children, pregnant women, people suffering from respiratory diseases should wear masks and glasses when working outdoors.
It is expected that in the next two or three days, downpours will come to the capital city and the air quality may be improved.
Environment monitor AirVisual has attracted huge attention from Vietnamese netizens, becoming one of the most downloaded apps last week.
Air pollution in the capital city of Hanoi has risen to serious levels over the past two days.
The first week of July witnessed an improvement in Hanoi’s air quality, according to the city’s Environment Protection Authority under the Department of Natural Resources and Environment.