Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality issues air quality health advisory

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OKLAHOMA – The Oklahoma Department of Environment Quality has issued an air quality health advisory.

The department shared a post on their Facebook page with what areas are the healthiest and unhealthiest.

Central and western Oklahoma were labeled as “unhealthy for sensitive groups and unhealthy.”

Dewey County, where thousands of acres have burned was labeled as “hazardous.”

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