Air quality management district forecasts an AQI of 174*: UCD holds classes
Brought to you by the same data-free logic that supported Nishi and dismissed the testimony of an internationally recognized air quality expert.
*AQI of 150-200: Unhealthy for all groups
UPDATE: At approximately 7:20 AM on Wed morning (Nov 14), the university sent out information say that the campus would be closed today after all, with the closure this time including most staff members (unlike Tuesday's closure which still had staff going on campus for some inexplicable reason). Still unknown: Whether campus will be open on Thursday and Friday. As of late morning, the National Weather Service is predicting "unhealthy for all groups" air for Thursday. https://twitter.com/NWSSacramento/status/1062769117558644736
UPDATE 2:. N95 Masks Available
The Davis Fire Stations have N95 masks. The public is welcome to stop by any location to pick one up. Fire Station 31 is staffed and open 8am-5pm weekdays, and is the preferred pickup spot. However, residents can go to any of the fire stations. If the engine company is available and in quarters, they will distribute masks. The City is not restricting the number of masks or only limiting to at risk groups at this point.
Station 31 - 530 5th St
Station 32 - 1350 Arlington Blvd
Station 33 - 425 Mace Blvd