Outdoor Activity In Malay – KUALA LUMPUR, September 14 – The Ministry of Health has advised the suspension of all outdoor sports activities and gatherings if the Air Pollutant Index (API) exceeds 100 as stipulated in the 2019 National Smog Action Plan. Director-General of Health Datuk Dr Nar Hisham Abdullah announced here today… Posted on 14 September 2019 Tourists pose for a photo on the Sky Deck at KL Tower in Kuala Lumpur on 12 September 2019.
Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah advised people to reduce their time or stay indoors and not let children see outdoor activities. – Burnham’s picture
Outdoor Activity In Malay
KUALA LUMPUR, September 14 – The Ministry of Health has advised the suspension of all outdoor sports activities and gatherings if the Air Pollutant Index (API) exceeds 100 as stipulated in the 2019 National Smog Action Plan.
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Director-General of Health Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah issued a statement here today, saying that such measures are necessary to prevent the risk of smoke-borne diseases. According to him, excessive physical activity will speed up your breathing, causing you to inhale more air than usual.
“This will increase the amount of polluted air entering the respiratory system,” he said. Dr Noor Hisham said that the organizers have advised the participants and spectators to wear masks to cover their mouths and noses if they go ahead with the event.
Smoke: More than 200 schools in Johor to be closed due to unhealthy API levels MALAY MELAJOHOR BARU, Sept 14 — Air quality has been severely affected in northern and central parts of Johor, with authorities forced to close 211 schools in Muar and Tankak after several unhealthy Air Pollutant Index (API) levels were recorded. More than 64,000 primary and secondary school students…
Haze: Johan Setia in Klang faces ‘very unhealthy’ API reading As of 9am, 20 other areas also recorded an unhealthy air pollution index.
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Yeo: Cloud seeding only combats the symptoms of fog, not the root problem MALAY MELPUTrajaya, Sept 14 — Efforts such as cloud seeding to combat border smog in the region are only temporary relief measures, said Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin. He said that such efforts cannot reach a long-term solution.
Be that as it may, it speaks to Indonesia’s ambiguous situation. The minister said that Malaysia is also ready to help Indonesia to control forest fires.
More places affected by fog in Malaysia today MALAY MELKULALUMPUR, Sept 13 — Twenty-four locations nationwide registered unhealthy air quality levels as of 10am today, with Johan Setia in Selangor remaining the only area with very unhealthy pollution. According to the Environmental Protection Department’s Air Pollution Index (API), Klang Valley…
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