Smog alert has been declared in seven out of the country’s 14 regions. The areas worst affected by air pollution include the north-eastern Moravian-Silesian region, as well as Central Bohemia and the northern Ústí region. However, levels of dust in the air have meanwhile decreased in most parts of the country. Meteorologists believe pollution levels should further decrease early next week with the expected arrival of stronger winds and higher precipitation.
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