The environment has been man’s best friend for centuries, but in recent decades it has suffered greatly. The environment is paying back humanity in large proportions. Currently, Canada is facing a devastating fire.
The devastating wildfires are already spreading across an area of over 6.7 million acres. They are moving south and have had an impact on neighboring United States. Washington, DC has been covered in a thick smoke for the last few days. The air quality is below standard.
In the last few days, several public events have been cancelled due to the severity of the situation. In response to this, Tom Brady , the legendary NFL quarterback, has attempted to portray the current situation to his fans around the world through an Instagram story.
Tom Brady shared a photo of the Canadian skyline that was smoky due to the fires
The former Tampa Bay Buccaneers footballer posted a morning photo of the smoke-covered city in front of him. Tom Brady posted a few frowning emojis that could be a reflection of his mood as the country struggles to recover from this natural disaster.
The Canadian fires are already having an impact on the National Football League, with the New York Giants canceling Thursday’s practice. The New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles will practice indoors, while the Washington Commands is closely monitoring the situation.
Head coach Ron Rivera said that the team might be forced to move practice indoors at any time if players start to feel uncomfortable due to the degraded air quality brought on by wildfires.
“We checked the air quality index.” “We asked our doctors and medical staff what options we have for practicing today, tomorrow, and most likely next week, as we will continue to monitor the air quality index,” Rivera said following practice on Wednesday.
We’re going talk to all the players and let them know that if they have respiratory issues, we will excuse them. If they feel any discomfort during workouts, we will send them in. We would then have to think about tomorrow, if we were to go inside the bubble for practice,” continued the coach.
Canada has reported more than 400 active fires, and the United States already issued air quality alerts to places on its eastern coast.