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Ventilating is dangerous in Budapest


Due to the increase in the concentration of light dust in the atmosphere, Deputy Mayor István Tarlús ordered a smog alert in Budapest until further action.

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According to a statement from the Mayor's Office, populations at risk are those with respiratory and circulatory disease, infants, children and the elderly, active and passive smokers. We recommend that they avoid areas that are subject to significant machine traffic, sections, and avoid ventilation, outdoor activities.
According to the information, one third of the autumn dust level in the capital city of Budapest can be derived from household solid fuel, most of which is fuel oil, while one sixth can be linked to transport emissions. A small amount of fine dust is a liquid or solid particulate matter in the air, with a size in the range of 0.001 to 100 micrometers. The risk of light dust is related to its particle size: particles smaller than 10 micrometers are more hazardous to health than larger particles because they can enter the respiratory system more easily.