A man jogs along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront on September 12, when the Observatory issued “very hot weather” warning and the air quality health index was recorded as “serious” at several monitoring stations operated by the Environmental Protection Department across the city.  Photo: Jonathan Wong
A man jogs along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront on September 12, when the Observatory issued “very hot weather” warning and the air quality health index was recorded as “serious” at several monitoring stations operated by the Environmental Protection Department across the city. Photo: Jonathan Wong

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A man jogs along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront on September 12, when the Observatory issued “very hot weather” warning and the air quality health index was recorded as “serious” at several monitoring stations operated by the Environmental Protection Department across the city.  Photo: Jonathan Wong
A man jogs along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront on September 12, when the Observatory issued “very hot weather” warning and the air quality health index was recorded as “serious” at several monitoring stations operated by the Environmental Protection Department across the city. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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