Hong Kong air pollution hits highest mark at ‘serious’ level in parts of city, conditions expected to persist for 2 more days

Air pollution in parts of Hong Kong reached “serious” levels on Wednesday – the most extreme on a five-tier scale – with environmental authorities expecting the same conditions for another two days.Professor Alexis Lau Kai-hon, an air pollution expert at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, said the bad air was likely to have been an effect of Typhoon Chanthu, which was located in the East China Sea near Shanghai and expected to head towards South Korea and Japan.“This is quite a…


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