The corresponding safe limits are 60 and 100. An IMD official said that fog would shroud parts of the city at least for the next two days bringing down visibility during the early morning hours.
Real-time PM 2.5 and PM 10 readings of several Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) stations were five to six times above the prescribed safe standards in the evening.
Monitoring stations of Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) across the city displayed air quality in the 'very poor' category with PM 2.5 recorded as the most prominent pollutant.

The odd-even car rationing scheme, in place for the last two weeks, will end today. The Delhi government had implemented the measure to combat alarming levels of air pollution.

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