The Lahore Air Quality Index was up to 74, as road traffic was shortened while markets and factories were closed down for 14 days due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
The city’s Air Quality Index (AQI) appeared to have improved extensively today subsequent the lockdown to limit the speared of coronavirus in Punjab.
The administration of the federal capital on Wednesday enforced severe steps to contain the spread of the coronavirus after raising the number of positive cases across the province.
The citizens breathed easier as lockdowns ordered to combat the spread of the coronavirus in India’s megacities kept cars off the road and closed factories, improving air quality and letting people see blue skies instead of heavy grey smog.
WHO Global Ambient Air Quality Database system had placed the city in 29th rank, globally in the Air Quality Index.