If you think you have blur vision, it may not be your vision but air quality in the country has indeed deteriorated today. Below is how Kuala Lumpur looks like. From my office, the Petronas Twin Towers are nowhere to be seen and colleagues are complaining of teary eyes due to the allergy.
According to New Straits Times, the Department of Environment statistics showed that as at 5pm yesterday, Teluk Intan registered the highest reading of 107 and Port Klang 91. These two places had registered readings of 35 and 87, respectively, at 11am.
Among the areas registering good readings in the later part of the day included those in Sarawak and Sabah. Kuching and Miri registered readings of 35 while Sarikei posted a reading of 36. Kota Kinabalu saw a reading of 38.
Areas that registered moderate readings in the later part of the day included Petaling Jaya 59, Shah Alam 62, Kajang 60, Kuala Selangor 59, Pasir Gudang 59, Malacca city centre 54, Kota Baru 53, Nilai 59 and Bintulu 58.
Air quality is good when the API reading is between 0 and 50, moderate (51-100), unhealthy (101-200), very unhealthy (201-300) and hazardous (above 300).
Source: New Straits Times