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Working from home recommended in smoggy Bangkok

Chadchart also advises residents to wear respirator masks outdoors

Haze hangs over the capital on Jan 9. Air quality is expected to worsen in the next few days, say forecasters. (Photo: Pornprom Satrabhaya)

Authorities have urged Bangkok residents to work from home and wear respirator masks outdoors as air pollution level worsens in the capital.

Residents should work from home if possible, or switch from personal vehicles to public transport options if they need to commute, Bangkok governor Chadchart Sittipunt said in a statement on Tuesday.

Authorities will seek to control activities causing dust particles such as outdoor burning, construction and combustion from truck engines, he added.

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