As Rains Wash Away Pollutants, Delhi’s Air Quality Is ‘Good’ Once Again. Thank God!

Delhi’s air quality turned ‘good’ on Saturday, for the second time this year due to the persistent monsoon that washed away pollutants from the air, according to authorities. The overall Air Quality Index of New Delhi was recorded at 48 which falls under the “good” category, as per the data of the Central Pollution Control Board.

The improvement in air quality is due to incessant rains that have washed away pollutants from the air, a CPCB official said.

An AQI in the range of 0-50 is considered ‘Good’, 51-100 ‘Satisfactory’, 101-200 ‘Moderate’, 201-300 ‘Poor’, 301-400 ‘Very Poor’ and 401-500 ‘Severe’

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