Air quality in Singapore enters “unhealthy” range due to hotspots in Indonesia

Singapore’s air quality reached unhealthy levels on Saturday due to increasing hotspots in Indonesia. The eastern region reported a PSI of 109, surpassing the NEA’s “unhealthy” threshold.

While most areas had moderate PSI readings, the central region neared the unhealthy mark. Persistent hotspots in southern Sumatra and concerning conditions in Kalimantan further heighten concerns. NEA has begun issuing daily haze advisories.