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air pollution levels in Thailand November 30

This morning, an increase in PM2.5 air pollution levels was recorded in 24 provinces of Thailand.

The concentration of fine particulate matter reached hazardous levels in:
- 9 provinces in the north (18.7-76.8 µg/m³)
- 4 provinces in the northeast (22.5-47.9 µg/m³)
- 5 provinces in the central part of the country (29.7-67.8 µg/m³)
- Bangkok and 5 adjacent provinces (31-74.1 µg/m³)
- Eastern (19.7-36.3 µg/m³) and Southern (6.4-26.9 µg/m³) provinces.
 
The 24 provinces include: Pathum Thani, Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Nakhon Pathom, Samut Sakhon, Samut Prakan, Nan, Lampang, Phrae, Sukhothai, Phitsanulok, Phichit, Phetchabun, Nakhon Sawan, Uthai Thani, Loei, Kalasin, Chaiyaphum, and Nakhon Ratchasima.
 
In 59 districts of Bangkok, the concentration of fine particulate matter reached a hazardous orange level (from 36.6 to 67.7 µg/m³).
 
air pollution levels in Bangkok as of the morning of November 30
 
Anyone experiencing symptoms such as coughing, difficulty breathing, eye irritation, chest tightness, headaches, irregular heartbeat, nausea, or fatigue is recommended to consult a doctor.
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