BRACE YOURSELF FOR HAZE, 18 HOTSPOTS DETECTED IN SUMATRA

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Indonesia's The Meteorology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) Ketaping office has predicted more forest and land fires for Sumatra in the coming weeks, coupled with lesser rainfall and hotter temperatures, may bring back the haze to the region.

18 hotspots were detected yesterday morning, the highest number this year.

The eastern part of Limapuluh, parts of Sijunjung, the central and eastern parts of South Pesisir and the eastern part of South Solok are already experiencing land and forest fires.

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