(CTN News) – Bangkok residents will benefit from improved air quality this week, with PM2.5 pollutant levels expected to fall in the coming days. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s (BMA) Air Quality Monitoring Centre, known as AirBKK, said PM2.5 concentrations in the city on Sunday (Feb 25) morning were below the 24-hour safe exposure level of […]

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Author: Arsi Mughal