YOUNTVILLE, CA – This is an amazing view of the autumn afternoon in the California wine country: The main street of Yontville's surgical mask. The residents of Bay Area have taken precautions because Cambridge has been covering the region of the massive smoke flu, and the air quality in some parts of the government will be considered harmful, CBS SF Bay Area reports.
Many residents fill Fridays with the smell of a burning wooden house. Officials advised the Beib Zone to provide smoke air quality for Thursday, Thursday and Friday. Bay Area The air quality control area also makes an air warning and forces the firearms, wooden furnaces, tablets, or fire mines to be used when the warning is in use.
The government agency warned that "heavy bumps from the camp burst in Boote County will increase the level of pollution in the region, especially in the North and the East."
Officials advised children and older people to conduct some home-based physical exercises, but all were encouraged to limit their open behavior.
Federal EPA air quality site, 165 Alameda in California, and the airfield's malwarePM2.5 size. It is like particle contamination measurements – a famous city for some In the world.
Aunt Oakland, Danny Uttheimer, went to Oakland on Thursday night wearing a surgical mask. "I looked through the window and saw a smoke filter," he said. "It was bad, I saw this year badly, it appeared quickly."
According to Joseph Hall, the smoke drove her to the weather. "There is ashes in my mouth," he said. "My mouth and nose are as dry as bones".
Fall Friday classes were canceled at the Santa Rosa Junior College and Samoa State University.
"Until November 9, all #SRJC campuses and sites will close, and all classes and activities will be eliminated," says the Community College.
"The air quality at Sonoma State University is bad due to fires in the Bute County, and it's at least as good as Friday, so it's time to stop Friday and stop normal business operations. day, "said CSU School statement.
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