Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups
PM2.542 µg/m3PM10N/A
SO25 µg/m3OZONE143 µg/m3
NO242 µg/m3CO0.8 µg/m3
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According The National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particle Pollution to caculate AQI

Air Quality Index (AQI) Values Levels of Health Concern Colors
0 to 50 Good No health implications.
51 to 100 Moderate Few hypersensitive individuals should reduce outdoor exercise.
101 to 150 Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups Slight irritations may occur, individuals with breathing or heart problems should reduce outdoor exercise.
151 to 200 Unhealthy May have harmful impacts on patients and members of sensitive groups (children, aged or weak people), and also cause the general public unpleasant feelings.
201 to 300 Very Unhealthy Healthy people will be noticeably affected. People with breathing or heart problems will experience reduced endurance in activities. These individuals and elders should remain indoors and restrict activities.
301 to 500 Hazardous Healthy people will experience reduced endurance in activities. There may be strong irritations and symptoms and may trigger other illnesses. Elders and the sick should remain indoors and avoid exercise. Healthy individuals should avoid out door activities.
Xuhui on Normal Air quality index Updated on 2021-06-23 03:00:00 , Xuhui on Normal AQI (Air quality index) is 116. Xuhui on Normal PM2.5 (fine particulate matter) AQI is 116 - Xuhui on Normal PM10 (respirable particulate matter) AQI is -1 - Xuhui on Normal NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) AQI is 38 - Xuhui on Normal SO2 (sulfur dioxide) AQI is 7 - Xuhui on Normal O3 (ozone) AQI is 45

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