Today, hazy photos of the Prince of Whales and Duchess of Cornwall amused Twitter as it was soon flooded with jokes.
Look at the snaps! The Delhi smog is looking killing. Prince Charles and Camilla Parker must be dying to go back ASAP! https://t.co/YxpdnCRATm— Deboshruti RC (@deboshruti_rc) November 8, 2017
Prince Charles must be like “oh I last saw this smog in the 50s”. https://t.co/0q2mBZvWg0— Jrao (@KVJayantRao) November 8, 2017
It's almost as if India is inviting the world's monarchs to breathe Delhi's toxic air to make the world more democratic. https://t.co/rKRzioLaCW— Siddharth Singh (@siddharth3) November 8, 2017
Doctors and medical bodies have declared the situation in Delhi as a 'public health emergency'. Because of the ongoing pollution crisis, Delhi government announced that schools will remain shut for secondary classes till Sunday. Owing to the poor air quality, Indian Medical Organisation called for the cancellation of Delhi's annual half marathon, be held on November 19, to protect runners and volunteers from any health risk.
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