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Wildfire Smoke Creates Hazardous Air Quality In Shasta County

Thick smoke in Shasta County this week is bringing air quality to levels considered unhealthy and even hazardous, especially for those with respiratory or heart conditions, the elderly, pregnant women and young children. It’s recommended that people limit their time outside and wear a HEPA mask if available. The Shasta County Air Quality Management District cautions that bandannas and most paper masks that help prevent the spread of germs do nothing to filter the fine particulates contained in smoke. Real-time air quality monitors can be checked on the EPA website airnow.gov.