Malaysia’s air quality took a dive today as the World Air Quality Index recorded an alarming 251AQI as of 5:20AM today,  16 September 2019, placing the country with the 6th most polluted air quality globally .



Worst hit locations:
1) Kuching: 251AQI
2) Simanggang: 209AQI
3) Tangkak: 193AQI
4) Putrajaya: 191AQI
5) Port Dickson: 172AQI
6) Batu Berendam: 171AQI
7) Petaling Jaya: 170AQI
8) Sarikei: 168AQI
9) Kuantan : 167AQI
10) Kampung Baharu Nilai : 166AQI
11) Bukit Rambai : 159AQI
12) Mentekab: 154AQI
13) Bintulu: 153AQI
14) Sibu: 145AQI
15) Kuala Lumpur: 145AQI
16) Alor Gajah: 144AQI
17) Segamat: 143AQI
18) Seremban: 138AQI
19) Tawau: 138AQI
20) Klang: 136AQI
21) Shah Alam: 133AQI
22) Miri: 132AQI
23) Cukai: 129AQI
24) Skudai: 117AQI
25) Batu Pahat: 115AQI
26) Paka: 115AQI

Runners are advised to stay indoors and avoid outdoor training.

Stay up-to-date on Malaysia’s air quality with real-time readings from the World Air Quality Index website.

Note: Malaysia’s measuring standard is based on Pollutant Standards Index or PSI