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Desperate Mongolians send children into countryside to escape choking winter smog
by Munkhchimeg Davaasharav
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4 February 2019
On 4 February 2019 Reuters reported:
Mongolia has extended school winter holidays in the world's coldest capital and many families have sent children to live with relatives in the vast, windswept grasslands to escape choking smog and respiratory diseases such as pneumonia. The temperature is expected to drop to minus 32 degrees Celsius (minus 26F) in Ulaanbaatar on Monday night, as residents burn coal and trash to try to keep warm and concentrations of smog particles known as PM2.5 routinely exceed 500 mg per cubic meter, 50 times the level considered safe by the WHO.
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About 60 percent of Mongolia is covered by grassland, where the mining of copper, gold, coal, and other minerals provides employment, while the Gobi desert envelops the South. But almost half the population live in Ulaanbataar.
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