Delhi air recorded alarming levels of the most dangerous small particulates, known as PM 2.5s, per cubic metre.
The air quality of the city remained abysmal today, with the quantity of pollutants, eight to ten times above the safe limits in real time.
The Odd-Even Plan was not exactly welcomed with open arms in the capital city last month when it was announced.
Air pollution, which is one of the top ten killers in the world and fifth leading cause of death in India, is responsible for about 10,000 to 30,000 deaths annually in Delhi.
The air quality is expected stay grim for next few days, and therefore, it is a wise idea for you to bolster your diet with all things healing and nutritious.
Every time you or anyone from your family steps outdoors, you must wear a face mask to minimize the ill-effects of the pollutants.
Air pollution declined by 20-25 percent in the national capital during the implementation of the odd-even car plying scheme.