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In the past few weeks, the unhealthy quality of Jakarta’s air has been one of the most discussed topics among the public. The city’s air quality is among the worst in the world, scoring 183 to rank as “unhealthy” on the United States Air Quality Index (AQI).
Several mobile applications are available for Android and IOS devices to monitor Jakarta’s air quality, as it is essential to know about the status of the city’s air quality before going outside. (JP/ Dhoni Setiawan)
(JP/ Jessicha Valentina, News Desk)