After Unhealthy Haze, Singapore Air Quality Improves: Chart

The air quality has improved in Singapore. Early readings on the city’s three-hour pollution index show conditions returning to the “moderate” range after reaching what the government calls “very unhealthy” Friday. Haze, which blanketed the city at the end of last week, has become an annual occurrence, caused by smoke from land burning in Indonesia.

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