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Air pollution has escalated to crisis levels in 30 provinces across Thailand, with PM2.5 readings exceeding the safety threshold, particularly affecting the health of residents in 11 areas. The highest recorded level of these harmful particulates in the country, at 146.0 microgrammes per cubic metre (µg/m³), was in Mae Hong Son today, March 20. The … …

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Sretta is "loosing water" in the wind if he thinks he can protect the tourism industry by not declaring the area a disaster zone.

In this day and age of social media, tourists are going to be posting their pictures of the smoke and haze, and that will negate his lack of action.

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