Haze still visible in Sarawak as smoke from Kalimantan spreads


By YU JI

A total of 104 hotpots were detected in Kalimantan on Tuesday, according to Terra satellite images from the Singapore based Asean Specialised Meteorological Centre.

KUCHING: Lesser but still visible haze remains in Sarawak on Wednesday as smoke from Kalimantan continued to spread to the surrounding region.

As at 2pm, all 10 Air Pollutant Index (API) monitoring stations in Sarawak reported readings under the 100 moderate readings.

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