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How do I get information about air quality where I live?
  • Published Date:
    November 17, 2017
  • Language:
    English
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How do I get information about air quality where I live?
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    Each day, you can find out what the air quality is like by checking

    the Air Quality Index (AQI) for where you live. The AQI tells you

    when high levels of air pollution are predicted for the day. You can

    use that information to plan for safe and healthy physical activity.

    • Good

    • Moderate

    • Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups

    • Unhealthy

    • Very Unhealthy

    • Hazardous

    Checking the AQI is easy — anyone can do it!

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