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Parents upset with Delhi authorities

Angry parents in India accused Delhi authorities on Monday of "playing with children's health" as schools reopened despite a fresh surge in pollution to emergency levels. 

Reuters reports that doctors declared a public health emergency last week when choking smog descended on the capital and elsewhere in northern India, prompting authorities to close schools, ban construction and bar trucks from entering the city, however on Monday authorities reopened schools amid concerns over upcoming exams, angering some parents. On Monday levels of PM2.5 topped 500. The World Health Organization says 25 is the most anyone can safely be exposed to over a 24-hour period, and levels over 300 are considered hazardous. Doctors say children are particularly vulnerable to air pollution and this can cause long-term damage to their lungs.