Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Delhi's pollution levels have been at an all-time high this year.
Delhi government's new odd-even traffic plan to curb pollution levels in the national capital commence from January 1st, 2016.
However, until then, residents of Delhi will have to face and suffer the persistent smog.
Hitting hazardous levels, the air quality seems to be becoming more and more worse, if Real-time Air Quality Index is anything to go by.
As per the Real-time Air Quality Index Visual Map, pollution levels in Delhi's Anand Vihar only seem to be increasing day by day, with today's recording being 545 as of 7:00 am.
The area in and around New Delhi US Embassy recorded pollution levels at 228 at 7:00 am, whereas, at the same time, Punjabi Bagh's pollution has been set at 222.
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