Delhi’s air quality dips further.
Guwahati/ 4th January’2017 (Prag News Desk): In Delhi, the quality of air appear worse and people are suffering breathing difficulties and chest constriction. After a prolonged exposure to such high pollution levels doctors says most of the clinics and hospitals are witnessing a 30% increase in patients with breathing problems. People went through problems like acute asthma and chronic bronchitis.
On Thursday, the minimum temperature in Delhi fell to five degrees Celsius. Doctors have assigned certain standards to the citizens to safeguard themselves like travel in vehicles with the windows rolled up, use masks outdoors in the mornings , and avoid strenuous physical activity that strain the lungs in the morning and evening.