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China: Poor Air Quality Closes Schools, Airports

By Larry Habegger and Dani Burlison | Permalink | No Comments | November 8th, 2013 | Trackback

Thick smog continued to shut down schools and airports as air pollution reached dangerously high levels around the country. Air quality in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou are being closely monitored and the city of Harbin shut down services in late October when particle levels exceeded 1,000 micrograms per cubic meter, 40 times the World Health Organization’s recommended safety level. Travelers should check current air quality reports before visiting.





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