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Dhaka's air remains 'unhealthy for sensitive groups'

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Around eight o'clock this morning, Chiang Mai in Thailand was ranked first in air pollution in the world. The city had a score of 219 on IQAir's index.
New Delhi in India and Kathmandu in Nepal are in the second and third position respectively. New Delhi score 180, Kathmandu 177.

According to the IQAir criteria, a score of 51 to 100 is considered 'moderate' or 'acceptable' air quality.

A score of 101 to 150 is considered 'unhealthy for sensitive groups'.
A score of 151 to 200 is 'unhealthy' air. A score of 201 to 300 is considered 'very unhealthy' air.


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