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Wildfire smoke brings caution back to Northeast Wisconsin

Smoke and haze from the Canadian wildfires have been making its way around many areas throughout the United States, and currently has an effect on Northeast Wisconsin. 


Although it may not be as obvious or substantial as scenes from the eastern United States last week, this damages the air quality for citizens and even forced those living in the areas affected last week to wear a mask. The air quality won’t reach those drastic numbers, Kewaunee County Public Health Director Cindy Kinnard warns you about the air quality and what you can do to stay healthy. 



Wednesday afternoon into Thursday morning is the peak time for the air quality to be poor, so as Kinnard mentioned, limiting the amount of time spent outdoors during those times could be something to think about.

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