Improvement in air quality nationwide

KUALA LUMPUR: Air quality nationwide has improved as of 9am Monday with only Pasir Gudang, Johor recording an air pollutant index (API) reading of 105 (unhealthy).

The Department of Environment in its portal stated that 33 areas recorded moderate API readings including Larkin Lama and Port Klang (85); Kota Tinggi (84); Shah Alam (75); Banting and Bandaraya Malacca (74); Samarahan (73); Bukit Rambai (72); Batu Muda Kuala Lumpur (71); and Putrajaya (70).

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