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In the first quarter of 2019, Singapore was ranked fourth in the world in air quality.
The country recorded the highest concentration of particulate matter in the country’s capital.
Singapore’s health minister, Dr Chan Kin-man, said the city’s air pollution levels were worse than those in Beijing and Shanghai, which have high population densities.
“In fact, it’s the worst of all the Asian capitals in terms of pollution.
There’s a lot of particulates in the air,” Dr Chan told reporters in a briefing.”
The pollution is getting worse because of population density.
There are so many people living in the city,” Dr Ching said.”
We are looking at the level of pollutants in Singapore.
It’s the highest in the region.”
The air pollution is not limited to Singapore.
China’s air quality index is a benchmark used to gauge the health of a city.
Its index is calculated using the number of carbon dioxide emissions per 100,000 people.
While Singapore ranks fifth in the index, it is far behind China’s top five cities.
Beijing, with a population of more than 50 million, is second.
Shanghai, home to more than half a billion people, is third.
The city of more then 7 million is the third worst city in the global rankings, after Beijing and Hong Kong.
Singapore has the world worst air quality in the top 10 cities.
The report’s data covers almost every city and territory, including the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada.
The latest update comes at a time when Singapore’s pollution levels are rising.
Dr Ching warned that the city needed to do more to reduce pollution.
“If we do not take steps to improve our air quality, we will see more people dying prematurely from these health conditions,” he said.
A study released earlier this year by the World Health Organisation (WHO) showed that Singapore had the worst air pollution in Asia.
In July last year, the government said it would increase the number or levels of vehicle permits to combat the problem.
The government also announced a crackdown on illegal road construction, which was widely seen as a response to the health threat posed by the smog.