Belgrade under SMOG and fog: High POLLUTION in four other Serbian cities
If the morning is any indication of the day, people in Belgrade will have trouble breathing again today. Measurements show that air pollution in the Serbian capital at 6 am was between 155 and 163 micrograms of suspended particles per cubic meter of air, which is estimated to be unhealthy. The situation is similar in Novi Sad, Smederevo, Bor and Beocin. On the first day of the weekend, high concentration of harmful substances in the air was recorded in Belgrade, and the situation was not significantly improved by the rain that fell on Saturday afternoon.