Haze in Beaufort area improves overnight but remains unhealthy


The haze in Beaufort, Sabah.

KOTA KINABALU: The situation in the Beaufort area of south western Sabah improved overnight but remains unhealthy.

Department of Environment (Sabah) assistant director Norazizi Adinan said that the Air Pollutant Index was at 161 as of 8am Monday dropping from the "very unhealthy"’ levels of  300 recorded late Sunday.

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