Levels of carcinogenic particulate in the air of Liaoning’s provincial capital of Shenyang reportedly reached 56 times the levels considered safe by the World Health Orgnization on Sunday, and air in the city remained hazardous late Monday as even state media reported on the smog’s fallout, The Guardian reported. Yang Shenjia, who works at the Liaoning Jinqiu Hospital, told state news agency Xinhua the industrial city of 8 million had been a sudden influx of patients suffering from breathing complaints over the past two days. “The respiratory department’s inpatient wards are full,” Yang said.
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