No pollution here -Recommendations from the Tehran Emergency Center

…to the people of the capital regarding the increase in air pollution. Avoid unnecessary city trips. Use fresh vegetables, milk and other antioxidant foods in your meal. Athletes are advised not to do heavy outdoor exercise and physical activity. Elderly relatives, pregnant women, patients with cardiovascular disease and other high-risk groups may not even be able to get out of the house and if they have to travel indoors they should use appropriate masks (filtered) and take their medication. Persons with chronic respiratory diseases who use the oxygen device must carry a portable oxygen device when leaving the home and refer to the nearest and nearest medical facility with symptoms of shortness of breath and pulmonary problems. Or call number 511 …

Tehran is rated as one of the world’s most polluted cities. Parts of the city are often covered by smog, making breathing difficult and causing widespread pulmonary illnesses. … According to local officials, 3,600 people died in a single month due to the hazardous air quality. 80% of the city’s pollution is due to cars.