Hong Kong was hit by severe air pollution for the second day in a row on Thursday, when the highest alert level was reached in Tung Chung and temperatures of up to 36 degrees Celsius were recorded in other parts of the city.The “serious” risk to public health under the Air Quality Health Index was recorded at 2pm on the outlying island area, as the Environmental Protection Department advised people to avoid outdoor activities.The department said pollution levels would remain high on Friday.At…



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