PETALING JAYA: For the first time in two weeks, there were no areas in Malaysia which recorded unhealthy air pollution levels.
The air pollutant index for all places was below 100 as at 5pm yesterday.
Thirty-six locations recorded moderate air quality levels while 15 had good air quality.
The API reading for Johor Baru, which was the highest in the country at 101 at 11am, dropped to 97 in the evening. It still remained the highest nationwide.
Selangor, Negri Sembilan, Malacca and other parts of Johor, which recently experienced days of unhealthy air quality, had API readings between 50 and 80.
Sarawak, which was the worst hit earlier last week, had API readings of between 61 and 86 in all areas.
According to the Meteorological Services Department website, visibility in all areas showed an improvement from two weeks ago.