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Cigarette equivalence of PM2.5 in Delhi India 2019

Based on the pollution statistics of India's capital, on November 3, 2019 the average particulate matter 2.5 level was 582, which was equivalent to smoking 26 cigarettes. The rise in the pollution level was seen after the Diwali festival that was celebrated on October 27, 2019.
Air pollution has been a major problem across the south Asian country, while the pollution levels of PM2.5 has been increasing in Delhi over the years.

Cigarette equivalence of PM2.5 in Delhi, India during 20 October to 21 November 2019

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Release date

November 2019

Region

India

Survey time period

20 October to 21 November 2019

Supplementary notes

Exposure to 22 micrograms per cubic meters of PM2.5 is equivalent to smoking one cigarette a day.

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