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Air pollution in and around Bangkok is expected to remain bad if not worse in the next seven days due to the onset of low pressure from China which will keep PM2.5 dust particles hovering in the area from spreading out, said Deputy Prime Minister Chatchai Sarikulya.
However, he gave an assurance that the situation was under control as the government has already implemented several immediate steps to cope with the problem.
He insisted that the amount of PM2.5 particulate has not reached the level that can harm people in the affected areas which have high concentration of the very fine dust particles.
Full story: Thai PBS