Can smelling a ‘burnt’ smell for a long while be dangerous

I left a china plate on a stove burner by accident and it burned while I was out of the house. The smell has been pretty bad but is slowly getting better with some standard treatments such as leaving out baking soda, bowls of vinegar, and airing out the house. That being said is it dangerous for me to be inhaling this smell, the plate has a relatively common coating/glaze on it that I imagine burned off some chemicals when it was on the stove. I’m wondering how serious I should take this clean up process and possibly move out of the house for a little while as it gets better. Thanks

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