|AQI||Air Pollution Level||Health Implications|
|0-50||Good||Air quality is good for everyone.|
Unusually sensitive people: Consider reducing prolonged or heavy exertion.|
Everyone else: Air pollution poses little or no risk.
|101-150||Unhealthy for sensitive groups||
Sensitive groups: Reduce prolonged or heavy exertion. It's OK to be active
outside, but take more breaks and do less intense activities. |
People with asthma should follow their asthma action plans and keep quick relief medicine handy.
If you have heart disease: Symptoms such as palpitations, shortness of breath, or unusual fatigue may indicate a serious problem. If you have any of these, contact your heath care provider.
Sensitive groups: Avoid prolonged or heavy exertion. Consider moving activities indoors or rescheduling.|
Everyone else: Reduce prolonged or heavy exertion. Take more breaks during all outdoor activities.
Sensitive groups: Avoid all physical activity outdoors. Move activities indoors or reschedule to a time when air quality is better.|
Everyone else: Avoid prolonged or heavy exertion. Consider moving activities indoors or rescheduling to a time when air quality is better.
Everyone: Avoid all physical activity outdoors.|
Sensitive groups: Remain indoors and keep activity levels low. Follow tips for keeping particle levels low indoors.
Sensitive groups include people with heart or lung disease, older adults, children and teenagers.