The Chinese capital Beijing is battling its second choking sandstorm in two weeks, with the city shrouded in thick dust carrying extremely high levels of hazardous particles.
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Beijing’s official air quality index reached a maximum level of 500 on Sunday morningare permitted for up to 150 people., with floating particles known as PM10 surpassing 2000 micrograms per cubic metre in some districts.
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