Zuckerberg was criticized for running in smoggy Beijing without a mask

Mark Zuckerberg criticized for the fact that he made a run without a mask in Beijing, where there is a heightened level of risk because of the smog. Users have left relevant comments Zuckerberg in Facebook.

“I’m glad to be back in Beijing. I started my visit with Jogging: from Tiananmen square through the Forbidden city, directly to the Temple of Heaven. Today I ran my hundredth mile. Thanks to everyone who was with me!” — wrote Zuckerberg on his page.

In response, followed by user comments, which drew his attention to the heavy air pollution and condemned him for the lack of protective masks. “Mark comes to Beijing and decided to go for a run. Mark never wears a mask and has gone back to the US with lung cancer. Don’t be like mark, wear your mask,” wrote one user.

“Now all in Beijing are required to wear masks. We take air pollution seriously, not like you”, was another comment.

“Hey, welcome to Beijing! I just don’t understand why to do that. The AQI level of [the index of air purity] now reaches the mark of 300 points. If you need an air purifier, I can borrow completely free of charge,” writes another user.

The index of air purity, which on Friday reached 300 points is a red environmental severity, which is seen as “dangerous”. With the high level of air pollution the majority of Beijing residents do not go outside without protective masks.