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59 areas see excessive PM 2.5 dust in Bangkok today

Tanutam Thawan

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59 areas in Bangkok are seeing excessive PM 2.5 dust ratings today as air quality is being described as moderate to poor. Din Daeng Road is being identified as the most polluted, according to the air4thai website of the Pollution Control Department. The amount of PM 2.5 dust is being measured at between 39 and 113 microns.

Din Daeng is also joining Bang Na-Trat highway in Bang Na district, Lat Phrao district and Sukhapibaan 5 Road in Sai Mai district in featuring PM10 dust in the atmosphere that is measuring between 54 and 155 microns.

Read more about Bangkok’s pollution today, and its causes, HERE.

The 59 areas that are considered polluted today are:

Hirunrujee sub-district, Thon Buri district

Kanchanapisek Road in Bang Khun Thian district

Bang Na sub-district

Song Khanong sub-district in Phra Pradaeng district

Din Daeng sub-district, Din Daeng district

Talat Kwan sub-district in Muang district of Nonthaburi

Omnoi sub-district in Krathumban district of Samut Sakhon

Paknam sub-district in Muang district of Samut Prakan

Bang Sao Thong sub-district

Khlong 1 sub-district in Khlong Luang district of Pathum Thani

Rama 4 Road in Pathumwan district

Intharapitak Road in Thon Buri district

Lat Phrao Road in Wang Thong Lang district

Din Daeng Road in Din Daeng district

Khlong Goom sub-district

Khlong Sam Wa district

Chom Thong district

Charunsanitwong Road in Bang Phlad district

Rama 2 Road in Bang Khun Thian district

Vibhavadi Rangsit highway in Din Daeng district

Sukhumvit Road in Phra Khanong district

Ratburana Road in Ratburana district

Rama 5 Road in Dusit district

Trimitr Road at Wongwian Odeon, Samphanthawong district

Rama 6 Road in Phya Thai district

Lat Phrao Road at Soi Lat Phrao 95 in Wang Thong Lang district

Rama 4 Road in front of Sam Yan Mitrtown, Pathumwan district

Narathiwat Road in Bang Rak district

Thung Wat Don sub-district

Rama 3-Charoen Krung Road in Bang Khor Laem district

Sukhumvit Road Soi 63 in Wattana district

Pattanakarn Road in Suan Luang district

Bang Na-Trat highway in Bang Na district

Pahonyothin Road at Kasetsart intersection, Chatuchak district

Don Mueang district

Sukhapibaan 5 Road in Sai Mai district

Nawamin Road in Bang Kapi district

Suan Sayam-Raminthra intersection in Kanna Yao district

Lat Krabang Road in Lat Krabang district

Seehaburanakit Road in Min Buri district

Liab Waree Road in Nong Chok district

Srinakharin Road in Prawet district

Ratchadapisek-Tha Phra Road in Thon Buri district

Charoen Nakhon Road in Khlong San district

Tha Phra intersection, Bangkok Yai district

Soi Nikhom Rodfai Thon Buri in Bangkok Noi district

Buddha Monthon 1 Road in Taling Chan district

Thawee Wattana Road in Thawee Wattana district

Aekkachai Road in Bang Bon district

Pracha-uthit Road in Thung Khru district

Samsen Road in Phra Nakhon district

Huay Khwang district

Khlong Toey sub-district

Ban Sue sub-district

Lat Phrao district

Thung Song Hong sub-district

Pahonyothin Road in Bang Khen district

Saphan Soong district

SOURCE: Thai PBS World

 

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    Larry

    Monday, January 18, 2021 at 10:58 am

    For what it is worth, air pollution actually increases the seriousness of illness due to COVID-19. The American Lung Association reports that “researchers found that an increase in exposure to hazardous air pollutants is associated with a 9% increase in death among patients with COVID-19.”

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    Coughing and spluttering

    Monday, January 18, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    Please don’t call Pm 2.5 particulate matter “dust”. Either use aerosol particle or particulate matter. I’ve had people send me videos of fur in the air or pictures of dust on furniture as an example of PM2.5 which is not correct. Although your article does outline the size of the particles, people are unlikely to know how small these particles are and the use of the term “dust” confuses them more.

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    C.B.

    Monday, January 18, 2021 at 5:04 pm

    Sad to say it but to the Thai government covid is everything and all other stuff that kills you to an even greater extent, such as road accidents, air pollution, crappy foods, pesticides, malaria etc. etc. they sweep under the rug.

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      Andre

      Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 3:24 am

      Wait and see – wait and see. When the covid situation gets better we will be seeing new emergency decrees on the basis of air pollution or whatever plausible they can come up with to keep it in effect.

      When Mr. Covid have gone home and the protests start again we might even see emergency decress on the basis of the weather.

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    Sierra

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 8:44 pm

    Did Prayuth just push the play button on the same old same old stuff he said every year. Pollution hit 400 AQI in Bangkok and 170 on average for the whole north and over 100 AQI on the so called “tourist” islands. Good job! LOS – Land of Smog, TT – Toxic Thailand. Sorry we need to breath. Must move.

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