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According to Air Korea, the level of fine dust is divided into four categories – good, average, bad, and very bad. Since the beginning of March, fine dust levels have been at very bad. The Ministry of Environment has warned the citizens to stay indoors as much as they can, as the fine dust levels have increased drastically in March compared to last year.
According to World Health Organization (WHO), fine dust is considered first level cancer-causing agent that cannot be seen with a naked eye. Fine dust is divided into fine dust (PM10), consisting of particles smaller than 10 μm in diameter, and ultra-fine dust (PM2.5), dust particles smaller than 2.5μm in the diameter. Ultra-fine dust in the air can cause health complications when breathed in as it can penetrate into a person’s lungs and bloodstream.
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