Dreaded annual haze may return


Grey outlook: The skies are grey lately due to heavy clouds and the weather, and visibility will be further reduced if the haze returns.

PETALING JAYA: Just as most Malaysians are heaving a sigh of relief that the country is in the recovery stage of the Covid-19 pandemic, another problem is looming – the annual haze.

The haze which normally occurs between June and October may make a comeback if neighbouring countries and Malaysia fail to control open burning that is the cause of transboundary haze.

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