“Director General of Pollution Control” revealed that PM2.5 dust in Bangkok continues until February 7. “Prime Minister” ordered district-level agencies to upgrade preventive measures

At 2:30 pm on February 2, 2023 at Government House, Mr Pinsak Suraswadi, Director General of the Pollution Control Department (PCD), announced the PM 2.5 dust situation that the current PM2.5 value is beyond the standard and affects it. affecting people’s health, especially in the middle of Northern and North-Eastern Thailand, including the South, as well as Bangkok and big cities In addition, the 15 provinces with the highest heat spots were Kanchanaburi, Chaiyaphum, Tak, Phetchabun, Nakhon Sawan, Lop Buri, Lampang, Chiang Rai, Phayao, Ratchaburi, Phrae, Chiang Mai, Kalasin, Uttaradit and Nakhon Ratchasima.

Mr Pinsak continued that PM 2.5 will decrease to a moderate level on February 5. Then on February 7, it will fall to the standard level. Both in Bangkok and 17 northern provinces. The Prime Minister has ordered strict protection. by having a work at home form to reduce building Burning outdoors, people, risk groups can be explored. And take care of yourself through the Air 4 Thai application to be aware of the PM 2.5 dust situation, while people in the Bangkok area can check through the Air Bkk application.

Mr. Anucha Burapachaisri, Prime Minister’s Deputy General Secretary for Political Affairs Acting as spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office, said that the Prime Minister is seriously focused on solving PM 2.5 dust problems and has additional orders to raise measures at the level local. and asked for the cooperation of the people In the future, there may be a reduction in transport.

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