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