California wildfire smoke is spreading across the Bay Area — in some cases all the way from Napa Valley to the South Bay.
According to Business Insider, people across the state are breathing in unhealthy air, putting people with asthma at risk.
Local officials are reporting the worst air quality ever recorded for smoke in many parts of the Bay Area.
High soot readings, also known as particulates or PM2.5, are of the most concern to regulators.
PM2.5 can penetrate and lodge deep inside the lungs, where it can worsen respiratory issues and trigger asthma attacks.
Smoke from fires blazing near Disneyland in Anaheim is also causing similar trouble for residents.

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