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What does Wagga's hazardous air quality mean for our health? Here's how to protect yourself

Jess Whitty
By Jess Whitty
Updated January 7 2020 - 11:29am, first published January 6 2020 - 9:30pm
SAFETY FIRST: Korean travelers Mirim Kwon and Yurin Lee try to protect themselves from the hazardous smoke. They had been planning to spend a few months in Tumbarumba picking berries during the harvest season but instead were evacuated to Wagga. Picture: Emma Hillier

FACE masks are flying off the shelves as smoke continues to blanket the city due to the ongoing bushfire crisis.

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