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Delhi air quality remains very poor amid relaxation in curbs on air pollution, pollution schools reopen in Delhi

Schools in the national capital reopened on Monday after winter vacations as restrictions imposed to tackle air pollution were eased in the national capital due to very poor air quality. According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi’s air quality index remained in the ‘very poor’ category on Monday morning.

But a circular from the Directorate of Education said outdoor sports activities and morning gatherings will be suspended for another week in view of pollution. It said, “This is in continuation of the order issued on 18/11/2023, declaring winter vacation from 9/11/2023 to 18/11/2023 due to severe plus (AQI > 450) air quality in Delhi.” Was done. At that time.”

The decision to close physical classes in Delhi and announce premature winter vacations came in the wake of rising pollution levels in the capital, throwing daily life out of gear.

However, the yellow blanket still covers Delhi’s skyline.

The Center on Saturday eased stringent restrictions in Delhi, including a ban on construction work and entry of polluting trucks. This development occurred after an increase in wind speed and a change in wind direction resulted in a slight improvement in air quality.

The Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) in the National Capital Region and adjoining areas had earlier decided to revoke the restrictions prescribed under Phase-IV of the Centre’s Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) in Delhi-NCR. Under these restrictions, only CNG, electric and BS VI-compliant vehicles from other states were allowed to enter Delhi, with those involved in essential services exempted.

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