Parents in Malaysia are taking precautions to protect their children from the haze, limiting outdoor activities and providing masks. Some use air-purifying plants and keep their kids hydrated to minimize exposure. However, despite concerns, there hasn’t been a rush to buy face masks at pharmacies, with ample stock available.
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Parents are calling for early haze warnings and measures to prevent neighboring countries from spreading polluted air. Face mask sales have also decreased by 35% in September, possibly due to the lower prevalence of COVID-19 cases. Meanwhile, Indonesia denies the haze hitting Malaysia is from their field burning. They way there is no trans country haze coming from their hazy regions to Malaysia.