B’desh’s Dhaka and India’s Delhi becomes world’s most polluted cities

Air pollution is still one of Bangladesh’s and India’s major challenges, and Delhi and Dhaka was named the world’s First and second most polluted cities on Monday morning.

India’s Delhi ranked first in the list of world cities with the worst air quality at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, with an air quality index score of 277.

Bangladesh’s Dhaka ranked second in the list of world cities with the worst air quality at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, with an air quality index score of 180.

An AQI between 101 and 200 is considered ‘unhealthy’, particularly for sensitive groups.

With AQI scores of 176,Vietnam’s Hanoi ranked third on the list.

A reading of 201 to 300 is considered ‘poor,’ while 301 to 400 is considered ‘hazardous,’ posing serious health risks to residents.


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