Residents of Karachi can breathe a sigh of relief: The smog is decreasing

Around 2,700 patients were brought to government hospitals in one day
Nov 15, 2018
[video width="640" height="360" mp4="https://i.samaa.tv/wp-content/uploads//usr/nfs/sestore3/samaa/vodstore/digital-library/2018/11/FOG-KHI-15-11.mp4"][/video] The intensity of smog in Karachi has decreased in the last 24 hours but weather is likely to remain dry in the city. According to the Met department, visibility was limited to 500 metres on Wednesday, however, it has gotten better on Thursday. Smog blanketed different parts of the city Wednesday morning. The weather is likely to remain dry on Thursday and humidity was recorded at 33%. The weather department clarified that the smog in Karachi is not like the one in Punjab. Related: After Lahore, smog engulfs Karachi A lot of people who didn’t take precautions were affected by the smog. Around 2,700 patients were brought to public hospitals in one day due to the weather change. They complained of flu, throat infection and difficulty breathing, according to doctors. The doctors have suggested that people ensure they wear helmets while riding motorcycles, cover their noses and faces with a mask and avoid cold and sour drinks.

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