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Breaking News US/Australia ll Smoggier than Shanghai: Sydney is blanketed in a layer of smoke

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Smoky skies above Sydney aren't expected to clear until the end of the weekend as fires continue to burn across New South Wales Seventy fires were burning across the state, 44 of which were uncontained on Thursday evening with most of NSW facing high to very high fire conditions on Friday Fires burning on the state's mid-north coast, which are believed to have killed at least 350 koalas, sent haze south to Sydney and as far as Bowral Smoky skies above Sydney aren't expected to clear until the end of the weekend as fires continue to burn across NSW Fires burning on the state's mid-north coast, which are believed to have killed at least 350 koalas, sent haze south to Sydney and as far as Bowral The haze resulted in the Department of Environment again forecasting air quality in Sydney would again be 'poor' on Friday due to particles There were 328 micrograms of pollutions per cubic metre of air in parts of western Sydney, where as Shanghai had 155 micrograms and Jakarta had 112 The haze resulted in the Department of Environment again forecasting air quality in Sydney would again be 'poor' on Friday due to particles There were 328 micrograms of pollutions per cubic metre of air in parts of western Sydney, where as Shanghai had 155 micrograms and Jakarta had 112 People with a chronic respiratory or heart condition are encouraged to stay indoors Share this article Share The department's air quality index on Thursday showed parts of the lower Hunter, upper Hunter, Central Coast, Sydney and Illawarra are rated as 'hazardous' The Bureau of Meteorology says the smoky conditions are likely to continue until late Sunday or early Monday as winds from the north and northeast push the smoke south A total fire ban is in place for NSW on Friday The department's air quality index on Thursday showed parts of the lower Hunter, upper Hunter, Central Coast, Sydney and Illawarra are rated as 'hazardous' 

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