The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has announced that Wednesday will be another Spare the Air day.
Air district officials are also advising residents to avoid outdoor activities during the hottest part of the day, when air quality is the worst. They point out that smog can cause throat irritation and congestion and trigger asthma.
Wednesday's Spare the Air alert is the second in two days and the third so far this summer. More information is available by visiting www.sparetheair.org or calling 800-HELPAIR (435-7247).
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