Indeed, the haze is back. Though not spotted in Malaysia a few days ago, hotspots were spotted in Sumatra and Kalimantan on the island of Borneo.
The Star has this picture, two days ago, of a helicopter from the Indonesian National Disaster Management agency (BNPB) dropping water on a fire in Ogan Ilir, near Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. Photo: Reuters
And the game must go on... Indonesian youths play football in a local tournament as the haze shrouds Pulau Mentaro village in Muaro Jambi. Photo: Reuters
Hotspots in Indonesia's Western Kalimantan province are on the rise with a haze blanketing the region, even as authorities assess the situation as harmless
Over here, we are very careful not to exacerbate the situation. The authorities have nabbed a number of people committing open burning.
The air quality is still good in the country. To give you an idea, here's the API reading for today.
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