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Report: Smog alert in Budapest continues

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Given that the air in Budapest has high levels of ozone pollution and the weather has not changed for the past few days, the smog alert in the capital is still in effect, Hungarian online daily origo.hu reported today citing Mária Szűcs Somlyó, the communication chief of the Budapest Mayor’s Office.

The communication chief noted that between 12:00 PM and 6:00 PM residents are recommended to stay indoors and keep windows closed, particularly those suffering from chronic illnesses, the elderly and children.

According to the communication chief, ozone levels could surpass threshold levels by this afternoon.

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