High-rise buildings and residential areas in the center of Ho Chi Minh City even today are obscured, covered by opaque white layer.
More than 14h, the center of Ho Chi Minh City such as District 1, District 3, Binh Thanh, District 2 … is still in the cloudy white layer.
The image at the Binh Loi overpass area (Q. Bình Thạnh) toward the central area
Many high-rise buildings in rich Thao Dien (District 2) are surrounded by opaque white clouds
The tallest building in Saigon is dim at a shooting distance of about 1km
High-rise buildings in the center of Saigon are almost ‘transfigured’ under the opaque, opaque white layer
The sun was shining, but the thick, cloudy layer of the pollution made the pedestrians feel uncomfortable. People said this situation appeared early in the morning and still early this afternoon
Photo taken on Pham Van Dong street towards Tan Son Nhat airport
The Center for Meteorology and Hydrology of the Southern region said that the blind layer was due to heavy rain last night in the city, causing humid air to rise and steam to rise.
In September and October, there is a constant blindness due to air pollution in Ho Chi Minh City. According to authorities, the exhaust gas of vehicles, factories and production facilities makes air quality poor.
According to Vietnamnet.vn