Many countries in Europe have been hit by strong smog attacks
Recently, strong smog has occurred in many places in Europe. According to the chart provided by the real-time air quality index testing website on the 18th, the Western European countries Britain and France are the hardest hit areas of smog; some cities in Eastern Europe, Poland and the Czech Republic, have more smog. The air quality in Moscow, the capital of Russia, is particularly bad, and the air pollution index is staggering.
The toxic fog hits the scene of ‘fog’
According to the British ‘Mirror’ reported on the 18th, health experts warned that the virus-like fog blowing in the direction of the European continent is sweeping across the UK and may lead to a health crisis. Thousands of people may fall ill, and people with weak constitutions may be in danger.
High pressure over the sky makes pollution impossible to spread
The virus caused the virus to sweep across the UK, and the alarm level in many places in the UK has risen to level 9, with level 10 being the highest. Expert Bolton believes that the poisonous mist is blowing from the direction of the European continent, and the warm weather makes the traffic pollution more serious. He said: ‘There is a high pressure over the UK, which causes pollution to spread.’
London has returned to the ‘Fog Capital’ hat, and the ‘Fog Capital’ scene reappears. The southeastern and central parts of London are covered with a turbid fog, ‘like a fairyland.’ The entire city is shrouded in a hazy smog, with low visibility and unclear high-rise buildings in the distance. On the street, pedestrians wear masks and the car is covered with dust.
Last year, 1.6 million people were caused by toxic fog
What worries the British people is that these are the virus-like fog. According to the ‘Mirror’ report, according to data from the government health consultant, last year, 29,000 people in the UK died of air pollution. This figure is 16 times the number of deaths from road traffic accidents in that year and twice as many as the number of deaths from breast cancer.
On the 18th, British officials warned that ‘toxic fog may cause serious health problems, and children and the elderly with asthma, heart disease or lung disease need special attention.’ In 2014, similar toxic fog pollution incidents broke out in the UK, and many people felt unwell after inhaling haze. The charity ‘British Asthma’ said that 1.6 million people were caused by toxic fog.
The smog enveloped the Eiffel Tower was ‘launched’
According to the British ‘Guardian’ reported on the 18th, in addition to the United Kingdom, France is also shrouded in smog. The soaring air pollution situation has attracted the attention of the French government and promptly introduced a number of emergency measures.
The Eiffel Tower ‘disappears’ in the middle
In December 2013, the smog covered the Big Wild Goose Pagoda in Xi’an. The netizen once said that ‘Is the Big Wild Goose Pagoda launched?’ Today, the Eiffel Tower in France was also ‘launched’. On the 18th, the Eiffel Tower ‘disappeared’ in brown smog. Netizens have commented: ‘If you can’t see the Eiffel Tower, how can you believe that this is Paris?’
According to Agence France-Presse, in Paris, air quality monitoring agencies use PM10 to measure pollution levels. The safety margin of the PM10 was set at 80 micrograms per cubic meter, but the PM10 in Paris once reached 180 micrograms.
The French government introduced a number of emergency measures
According to the British ‘Guardian’ report, on the 18th, the French government quickly introduced emergency measures, such as reducing the speed limit of motor vehicles (20 km / h), prohibiting the burning of garbage. In addition, the French government has taken other urgent measures, including allowing only one out of every two cars to enter Paris and launching free public transport.
During the smog last year, the French government adopted single and double restrictions, and all public transportation in the Paris area was free for four consecutive days.
The smell of the air, the public complained that the smell was bad.
According to the chart provided by the real-time air quality index testing website on the 18th, the air quality in Moscow, the capital of Russia, is particularly bad, and the air pollution index has reached an astonishing 452. On the 18th, there was haze in the north of Moscow, and the air was filled with stench, Moscow citizens. And tourists once again complained about the decline in air quality.
The smog in Moscow has a distinctive feature, always filled with unpleasant smells, and the whole city is shrouded in a smog of pungent, stinky eggs. At the end of last year, there was a rare weather condition called ‘Smelly Egg Cloud’ in Moscow. The air emitted the stench of sulfides; the visibility was very low, and even the sun could not be seen.
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