Phnom Penh (FN), Jan. 20 – Cambodia’s Ministry of Environment has reported that the Kingdom’s air quality has improved, according to the announcement dated Monday.

The ministry’s Spokesman Neth Pheaktra told the Fresh News that the ministry continues to monitor the air quality, while at the same time urged the public to prevent wildfire, and burning waste at the open space.

It is worth noting that the ministry issued a letter on Friday calling on citizens to be cautious, as the level of PM2.5 fall below the standard.