Air pollution in the French capital is making many residents feel sick.
The latest figures show that the city’s air quality is in a state of emergency.
A number of cities have reported similar levels of air pollution and authorities have been scrambling to contain the situation.
In addition, authorities are reporting a surge in cases of coronavirus and other respiratory infections.
The new figures show how air pollution is affecting Paris residents, as well as what is being done to prevent it.
Air pollution is caused by vehicles and power plants, and is a major problem in many countries.
In the UK, the government is working to reduce emissions of pollutants and tackle climate change, but there is still concern that more countries may not take similar measures.