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Thick smog shuts down Pakistan’s Lahore, sickens tens of thousands

A wave of thick, toxic fog has enveloped Pakistan’s Lahore city, causing tens of thousands of people to fall ill in one of the world’s most polluted countries. The noxious fog in eastern Pakistan on Thursday pushed authorities to shutter schools, markets and parks for four days, and driven residents to wear face masks if they must go outside.

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  • Princess

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    Urgent measures are needed to address the root causes and mitigate the impact on public health.


      30 w

      Quick action needs to be done

      • johnte ndeto

        31 w

        The government should find a solution that will protect its citizens from such climate crisis

        • Elizabeth Gathigia

          31 w

          Very dangerous and people's health is at a big risk

          • rosebellendiritu

            31 w

            Last week it was New Delhi and now it's Pakistan,we are left with no option rather than taking action to stop pollution

            • Munene Mugambi

              31 w

              The health of the Pakistani people is at risk and the government has to take action to ensure no casualties occur from this

              • rosebellendiritu

                31 w

                @munene_mugambi this poses as a health disaster

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