Work from home measure in Chiang Mai continues today and tomorrow

Freebie is continuous to wreak havoc on the province.
Chiang Mai‘s work from home measure, launched by the provincial administration yesterday will proceed till tomorrow (Sunday), Thai PBS reported. This is because of the PM2.5 pollution drawback in the province, which has not improved.
Governor Nirat Pongsitthavorn announced that the public might be informed if there are any modifications to the air air pollution scenario within the province.
To minimise the chance of exposure to the smog, the private and public sectors within the province have been requested to allow their workers to work at home, so long as their absence from the office doesn’t impression their companies or public providers.
Meanwhile, air air pollution in Chiang Rai’s Mae Sai district can be via the roof and exhibits no sign of abating. In the last 24 hours, the average PM2.5 levels within the border city have exceeded 300 microns, based on Thai PBS.
District officials report that many villagers in Mae Sai’s municipal area are keeping watch at night time out of worry that bushfires from Myanmar may spread to their neighborhood. Troops from the Pha Muang task force are working alongside volunteers to manage the fires behind a monastery in Ban Hua Fai village.
Although a summer storm has been forecast to hit northern Thailand over the weekend, officials say that it could miss Chiang Rai province. As a outcome, air pollution in Mae Sai is more probably to persist..

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