Uganda’s Kampala at the top of air pollution, Dhaka 10th


Kampala, the capital of Uganda, has reached the top position in the list of air pollution. This information is known from the Air Quality Index (IQAIR) index of the air quality monitoring organization on Saturday (June 8) at 9:09 am.

Indonesia’s Jakarta ranks second in the list of air pollution. India’s Delhi is in the third position.

On the other hand, the capital Dhaka is at number 10.

Air quality is considered good if the score is between zero and 50. 51 to 100 is moderate or tolerable air quality. A score of 101 to 150 is considered unhealthy for sensitive groups. 151 to 200 is considered unhealthy. A score of 201 to 300 is considered very unhealthy. Besides, if it is more than 301, it is considered disastrous.

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Kampala’s pollution score is 177, meaning the air there is unhealthy. Jakarta’s air quality is unhealthy, ranking second on the list with a pollution score of 169. Delhi, which is ranked third, has a pollution score of 165, meaning its air quality is also at an unhealthy level.

And the capital Dhaka, which is number 10 in the list, has a pollution score of 132, which means that the air quality here is unhealthy for sensitive groups. Dhaka air is unhealthy especially for those who have asthma, lung complications.

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