As Delhi air quality is set to reach maximum levels of toxicity in the days to come, the government has released an advisory for citizens. The advisory released by the Pollution Board says that after Diwali residents should minimise exposure and not run or jog during the first 10 days of November, the Central Pollution Control Board-led task force said on Friday while announcing a slew of recommendations for the bad air days ahead for the entire national capital region.
The recommendations, made to the Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority (EPCA), include a ban on construction activities for these 10 days in Delhi-NCR, shutting down of coal and biomass-based industries from November 4-10 and advisories to people to limit travel on private, especially diesel, vehicles. Air quality is expected to fall sharply around Diwali time.
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