Don't ease up on haze battle just because air quality improves, says MMA president

Martin Vengadesan

Modified 25 Sep 2019, 7:45 am

The past couple of days have seen a return to moderate air quality with only one station at Johan Setia, Klang, registering unhealthy API levels.

However, Malaysian Medical Association president Dr N Ganabaskaran says Malaysians should not stop pressing the government to act just because it appears that the worst of the haze is over for now.

“The monsoon rains are expected this week, and Malaysians are expecting an improvement in the air quality but that should not mean we take our foot off the pedal...

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