29 schools in Selangor to close on Friday (Sept 13) due to worsening haze (updated)

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  • Thursday, 12 Sep 2019

Traffic travels along the Federal Highway shrouded in haze in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia, on Wednesday, Sept. 11,2019. Malaysia closed more than 400 schools, citing unhealthy air quality as smoke and ash from raging forest fires in Indonesia spread to more areas in countries from Thailand to the Philippines. Photographer: Samsul Said/Bloomberg

PETALING JAYA: Twenty-nine schools in Selangor will be closed on Friday (Sept 13) following the worsening air quality due to the haze.

This is a jump from just five schools closed on Thursday (Sept 12), said the Selangor Education Department in a statement.

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