Hongkongers will have to wait until strong winds disperse the contaminants. Photo: Winson Wong Hongkongers will have to wait until strong winds disperse the contaminants. Photo: Winson Wong
Hongkongers will have to wait until strong winds disperse the contaminants. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong air pollution

Parts of Hong Kong suffer serious air pollution, with smog likely to remain at least for another day

  • Three of the city’s 18 air quality monitoring stations register ‘serious’ levels of pollution, while several others record ‘very high’ or ‘high’ levels
  • Airstream carrying high levels of contaminants not produced locally is blowing into city, Environmental Protection Department says

Topic |   Hong Kong air pollution
Hongkongers will have to wait until strong winds disperse the contaminants. Photo: Winson Wong Hongkongers will have to wait until strong winds disperse the contaminants. Photo: Winson Wong
Hongkongers will have to wait until strong winds disperse the contaminants. Photo: Winson Wong
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