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Topic: API levels

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PT3 may be postponed if API breaches 300 and above
The Education Ministry is keeping an eye on the Air Pollutant Index (API) especially if API levels goes above 300.Education ministry deputy director-general Dr Ahmad Rafee Che Kassim said if this happ...
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Sg Petani illegal factories making hay while haze prevails
SUNGAI PETANI: An environmental group says illegal recycling factories here have been taking advantage of the haze to continue polluting the town with noxious gases.
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Haze an emergency when API levels exceed 500
PETALING JAYA: A state of haze emergency (darurat jerebu) will be declared when the air pollutant index (API) exceeds 500, said the National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma).
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Teo: Let’s wait and see if PT3 exams will go on as scheduled
PUTRAJAYA: The Education Ministry will monitor the haze situation before deciding if the Form Three Assessment (PT3) examinations will go on as scheduled.
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Flights resume at Ipoh airport after morning downpour clears hazy skies
IPOH, Sept 20 — Planes were able to take off and land again at the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport (LTSAS) here today after this morning’s heavy downpour washed away the smog that hung over Perak’s ca...
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Schools to close when API hits 200
PETALING JAYA: Schools in Selangor are reminded to close immediately once the Air Pollutant Index (API) goes over 200.
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Flight schedules disrupted as visibility at Penang airport drops
GEORGE TOWN: A drop in visibility levels has caused disruptions in flight schedules as the haze shrouding much of the country continued to hit very unhealthy levels in many areas today.
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Haze in Sarawak enters hazardous levels, exceeding 300 API
PETALING JAYA - The haze in Sarawak is moving into the danger zone, with the Air Pollutant Index (API) in Sri Aman going beyond the 300 mark.
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Haze in Sarawak exceeds 300 on API
PETALING JAYA: The haze in Sarawak is moving into the danger zone, with the Air Pollutant Index (API) in Sri Aman going beyond the 300 mark.
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Schools close as haze worsens in Kuching with API readings over 200
The haze has affected schools throughout the state, with API levels spiking to 220 – very unhealthy levels- over the weekend.
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Haze: Sri Aman in S'wak records 'hazardous' air level
The Air Pollution Index (API) reading in several areas of Sarawak recorded unsafe readings this morning, with Sri Aman near Kuching hitting the hazardous level.
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Johor schools shut due to haze to reopen Tuesday (Sept 17)
JOHOR BARU: Schools in Johor that were forced to shut down due to the worsening haze situation Saturday (Sept 14) will reopen Tuesday (Sept 17).
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Schools in three Johor districts remain closed
JOHOR BARU - Schools in the three haze-hit districts - Pontian, Muar and Tangkak - will remain closed until the air quality improves.
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Schools in three Johor districts remain closed
JOHOR BARU: Schools in the three haze-hit districts – Pontian, Muar and Tangkak – will remain closed until the air quality improves.
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Melaka suspends outdoor activities
PETALING JAYA: All sports and outdoor activities in Melaka have been suspended due to the worsening haze situation in the state.
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Haze worsens in Melaka, events cancelled
PETALING JAYA: All sports and outdoor activities in Melaka have been postponed due to the worsening haze situation in the state.
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Know your API, Johor MB tells public
Johor Menteri Besar Datuk Dr Sahruddin Jamal today reminded the public to keep track of the Air Pollutant Index (API) readings of their respective areas.
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Johor MB: All schools to remain closed until API drops below 200
JOHOR BARU, Sept 15 — Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Dr Sahruddin Jamal today said that all kindergartens, schools and institutes of learning in the state that have recorded very unhealthy Air Pollutant I...
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Schools in three Johor districts to remain closed Sunday (Sept 15)
JOHOR BARU: Schools in the three haze-hit districts will remain closed until the air quality improves.
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Over 300 schools closed as Johor air quality hits unhealthy levels, affecting 90,000 students
JOHOR BARU - The worsening haze situation in Johor, Malaysia has led to the closure of more than 300 schools and kindergartens in Muar, Tangkak and Pontian, affecting about 90,000 students after the A...
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Over 300 schools closed as Johor air quality hits unhealthy levels, affecting 90,000 students
JOHOR BARU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The worsening haze situation in Johor, Malaysia has led to the closure of more than 300 schools and kindergartens in Muar, Tangkak and Pontian, affecting abou...
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Clearer skies and improved visibility a big relief for airlines
PETALING JAYA: All flights in and out of the Sultan Azlan Shah (LTSAS) airport in Ipoh have resumed following improved visibility.
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Over 300 schools closed as Johor API hits unhealthy levels
JOHOR BARU: The worsening haze situation in Johor has led to the closure of over 300 schools and kindergartens in Muar, Tangkak and Pontian, affecting about 90,000...
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Haze: In Johor, over 200 schools to close due to unhealthy API levels
JOHOR BARU, Sept 14 — The air quality in northern and central parts of Johor took a sharp hit today, forcing the authorities to close 211 schools in Muar and Tangkak, after the Air Pollutant Index (...
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Haze: More than 300 Johor schools to close Sunday (Sept 15)
JOHOR BARU: The Johor Education Department has closed down all schools and kindergartens in Pontian, Muar and Tangkak on Sunday (Sept 15) due to the haze.
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Malaysia leaving it up to Indonesia to take stern action against haze culprits
PUTRAJAYA - Malaysia said it is leaving it to Indonesia to investigate and persecute companies that have contributed to the ongoing agricultural fires in Sumatra and Kalimantan, even if those companie...
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Schools in Tangkak to close if API continues to hover above 200
JOHOR BARU: As the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading in Tangkak hit 211, the Johor government has advised schools in the district to close if the air quality continues...
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Haze returns to S'wak after short respite
KUCHING: Air quality in western Sarawak has deteriorated to very unhealthy levels again after a brief respite.
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Haze worsens in 24 areas including PJ, Shah Alam
KUALA LUMPUR: Several states in the peninsula including Kedah, Penang, Perak, Melaka, Johor and Negeri Sembilan recorded higher air pollutant index (API) readings today, from moderate to unhealthy lev...
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Haze continues as Rompin hits very unhealthy level
KUALA LUMPUR: The haze problem across the country continued this morning, with air pollutant index (API) readings in Rompin, Pahang, hitting very unhealthy levels as of 6am.
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UPSR exams go on with pupils in masks
KUCHING: There was a relief for pupils and parents as the Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) examination resumed under improved conditions in Sarawak, with the Air Pollutant Index (API) dropping below 200 across the state for the first time since the...
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M’sians hit social media hard with haze issues
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians have taken to social media to lament about how the haze is affecting them.
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Half a million face masks sent to haze-hit Sarawak
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 (Reuters): Half a million face masks have been sent to Sarawak, where air pollution levels have spiked amid worsening forest fires in...
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Malaysia’s national disaster management agency sends half a million face masks to haze-hit state as fires burn
The haze has affected schools throughout the state, with API levels spiking to nearly 250 – very unhealthy levels- over the weekend.
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409 schools in Sarawak closed due to haze
KUCHING: Some 409 schools in Sarawak have been ordered to close on Tuesday (Sept 10) due to the haze.
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Malaysia to commence cloud-seeding to combat haze, Indonesian denies fires in Sumatra are the cause
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia prepared to seed clouds after air quality in parts of the country reached unhealthy levels due to smog from forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia, an official said on Monday ...
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Haze conditions improve overnight in most areas in S'wak
KUCHING: Air quality in Sarawak improved overnight, with only one area recording a very unhealthy air pollutant index (API) level on Tuesday morning (Sept 10).
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Several areas in Johor record moderate API levels
JOHOR BARU: The Air Pollutant Index (API) levels in several areas in Johor have increased, recording moderate air quality.
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Sarawak schools in haze-hit areas recording very unhealthy API levels ordered to close
KUCHING: Schools in haze-hit areas in Sarawak with air pollutant index (API) levels exceeding 200 have been directed to close immediately.
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More efforts needed to ‘clear the air’
PETALING JAYA: The air pollutant index (API) in three areas in Sarawak continue to hover at very unhealthy levels even as experts call for strict policies to clamp...
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Haze in Malaysia likely to stay till end of month
KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysia's weatherman said the haze in Malaysia is likely to persist until the end of this month because of the dry season and the possibility of uncontrolled burning of farmlands and...
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Education Ministry monitoring haze situation in Sarawak closely as pupils sit for UPSR exams
PASIR GUDANG: The Education Ministry is monitoring the haze situation closely in Sarawak, especially on health issues involving students currently sitting for the UPSR...
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Haze in Malaysia to persist until end September
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The haze in Malaysia is likely to persist until the end of this month due to the low chances of heavy rains and the possibility of uncontrolled open burning...
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Hazy days till month’s end
KUALA LUMPUR: The haze in Malaysia is likely to persist until the end of this month in view of the low chances of heavy rains and the possibility of uncontrolled open...
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UPSR to continue despite rising API with students required to wear face masks, schools will close if API breaches 300
Ismail (front, center) alongside Abang Mat (front, left) and Justine (front, right) addressing the press during the presentation of the face masks.
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As haze worsens, MetMalaysia looking into cloud-seeding
KUALA LUMPUR: The Meteorology Department (MetMalaysia) is studying the feasibility of cloud seeding to induce rain in areas which are currently affected by the...
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UPSR exams to go on in smog-hit Sarawak even if API reading exceeds 201
MIRI (Bernama): Students sitting for the Mathematics and Science papers of the Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) examination in areas affected by haze in Sarawak...
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Malaysia wants fires put out
KUCHING: As transboundary haze from hotspots in neighbouring Kalimantan hit parts of Sarawak, the Federal Government is preparing to send a diplomatic note to...
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Unhealthy API levels in 11 areas nationwide
PETALING JAYA: Eleven areas in Malaysia have recorded unhealthy air pollutant index (API) levels – which is the highest number of places affected since the start of this...
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Principals given power to close schools over haze in S’wak
KUCHING: School principals in Sarawak can close their schools if the air pollutant index (API) hits 200 and above, says Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah.
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Air quality worsens slightly in the country
PETALING JAYA: The air quality in Peninsular Malaysia has worsened slightly with Rompin in Pahang Air Pollutant Index (API) readings jumping from “unhealthy” to “very unhealthy” zone.
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Haze worsens in Miri and Sri Aman
PETALING JAYA: The Air Pollutant Index (API) for most areas in Peninsular Malaysia has remained in the moderate range, though the readings in Sarawak’s Miri and Sri Aman have worsened again.
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Air quality in Miri and Klang remains bad
PETALING JAYA: The Air Pollutant Index (API) readings in Miri, Sarawak and in Klang, Selangor have slightly increased as the air quality remains in the hazardous and unhealthy levels.
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48 hotspots detected in Malaysia and Indonesia
PETALING JAYA - At least 48 hotspots have been identified in Malaysia and Indonesia as of yesterday, said the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia). Its director-general Jailan Simon said...
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Haze in Malaysia likely to continue
PETALING JAYA - The haze in the country from the fires in Indonesia is expected to persist due to the southwest monsoon winds, according to the Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia). "Our latest ...
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Warning against open burning
KUALA LUMPUR: Air quality in Kemaman, Terengganu was recorded as unhealthy at 8am today.
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Air quality levels generally at moderate levels
KUALA LUMPUR: Air quality in Kemaman, Terengganu was recorded as unhealthy at 8am this morning.
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