Haze: 18 areas record unhealthy API readings

PETALING JAYA: The haze continues to worsen as the Air Pollutant Index (API) in 18 areas nationwide recorded unhealthy levels, with Seremban almost reaching the "very unhealty" level as of 1pm Monday.

According to the Department of Environment (DOE) website, Seremban had the highest API reading at 198, with Nilai (160), Bukit Rambai (158), Malacca city (156), Port Dickson (154), Tanjung Malim (106) and Kemaman (103) at unhealthy levels.

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Haze , API reading , 1pm , Monday


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