Another wave of Sahara dust to hit Guyana on Wednesday


See below full release from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): 

The Environmental Protection Agency hereby issues an update on Guyana’s air quality. All air quality sensors are reporting concentration levels in the ‘moderate’ zone with unaffected visibility.

However, Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) News forecast another wave of Saharan dust will reach Guyana tomorrow evening with concentrations gradually increasing until Saturday, 10th February, 2024. This forecast is subject to change without notice. For further information, visit the website:

As such, the EPA encourages the public to take the necessary precautions with the elderly,  children and persons with respiratory and skin conditions. 

For a near real-time update on the Air Quality Index near you, visit the EPA’s website: and select the ‘Your Environment’ tab and then click ‘Air quality  Data’.


  1. Lynden Mona says

    this not just dust, but experiencing tornado type wind hitting down trees in the higher berbice region.

  2. Lynden Mona says

    Is this event ipart of the economic forum strategy of engineering the weather to affect us geopolitical , and the strength of geoengineering weather to disturb nature?

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