According to reports, Sunday was another orange air quality day in Salt Lake City and sensitive people were asked to stay indoors. A pulmonologist said that it was not about sensitive people, bad air is bad for every person. It could affect everyone's health. Some people think that during bad air days, surroundings look bad, while some people think that pollution during those days could pose harmful effects.
Pulmonary and Critical Care physician of University of Utah, Dr. Robert Paine, said that the bad air days pose serious threat to an individual's health. According to Paine, emergency room sees increase in patients during these bad air days.