Clear skies are here again

Soothing sight: The Kuala Lumpur skyline is now clear of the haze that had shrouded the city in recent weeks.

KUALA LUMPUR: There were clear skies in many parts of the country with the Department of Environment recording 40 areas with healthy air pollutant index (API) readings and 12 at moderate level.

At noon yesterday, among the areas with healthy readings were Larkin Lama (49); Malacca (48); Petaling Jaya (47); Port Dickson (46); Tanjung Malim (45); Bintulu (44); Miri (43) and Sandakan and Putrajaya (both 40).

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