In recent days, in many places in Hanoi the sky is like covering a layer of mist, many buildings seem to disappear in relatively close or from above view. On 21/2, the quality monitoring stations air In Hanoi, air quality was recorded to decline simultaneously, all at very bad threshold, seriously affecting human health. The reduced air quality has made the entire capital of Hanoi almost disappear when viewed from above.
The air quality monitoring point of the General Department of Environment (Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment) located in Long Bien district (Hanoi), applying Vietnam’s AQI calculation also results in air quality at the red threshold ( seriously affecting everyone’s health), AQI 186 value (at 7am the same day, AQI value is 191), approaching the purple threshold …
By February 22, air quality was in red, in some places purple, bad and very bad.
According to the recommendations of the General Department of Environment, the current air pollution days, people should limit going out. If outside, wear a proper mask to limit adverse health effects.
Smoke also makes the belt road 3-section along Nguyen Xien- Khuat Duy Tien road difficult to observe when viewed from above.
At Keang Nam building – the tallest building in Hanoi, the fog and smog have made this superficial building almost “invisible”.
Panoramic view of Nam Tu Liem area viewed from above on the morning of February 22
A corner of Hanoi viewed from above
At Khuat Duy Tien – Nguyen Trai – Nguyen Xien crossroads, the haze and dust almost made the overhead railway line unclear (Photo 21/2) M
All like “disappear” when viewed from the flycam
A series of high-rise apartment buildings in Thanh Xuan district is almost impossible to see the top of the building because of the fog.
Ho Tung Mau area on February 22 morning
Chuong Duong Bridge is dim in the mist of February 22
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