The AQI and PM 2.5 data will be released every hour and residents and visitors can get be aware of the air conditions with accuracy via the local bureau's website, smartphones and other media.

According to reports, the island will make its AQI and PM2.5 data available by showing it in Hainan’s, tourist attractions, marinas, large public areas, railways, highways and airports.

The move is one of the measures taken by the Hainan government to strengthen its regional environmental protection.

Construction of air monitoring stations in major cities and counties is currently underway, and will be gradually be put into operation in the near future.

 

SOURCE: WOS Team
 
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