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Air pollution and continued absence of responsibility

Financial Tribune – Schools have closed down in several cities for days, hospitals are full with patients suffering from respiratory conditions, and tiny tots, the elderly and the sick have been told to stay at home because the air quality is very bad 

As air pollution moves from bad to worse in most mega cities, officials and relevant organizations keep evading their responsibility and tightly embrace the blame game.

Schools have again closed down in several cities for days, hospitals are full with patients suffering from respiratory conditions, and tiny tots, the elderly and the sick have been told to stay at home because the air quality is very bad.

Some climatologists have recommended Tehran residents to just get out of the metropolis and go to the rural areas if they can because “the pollution problem could continue well into February.”

There are experts and motorists who insist the quality of fuel, among other things, is one major contributor to the toxic air that has been cutting shorts innocent lives for years.

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