Wednesday , June 3 2020

At Least 12 Dead As Cyclone Amphan Wrecks Parts Of Bengal and India

Cyclone Amphan

Hurricane Amphan has wreaked havoc in India and Bangladesh, killing 12 people and evacuating at least 3 million.

A total of 9 deaths have been confirmed in Bangladesh and 3 in India.

Restrictions on the coronavirus have hampered relief efforts, and the social isolation principle has made it difficult for the administration to evacuate large numbers of people.

It is the largest hurricane to hit the Bay of Bengal since 1999, which is expected to cause dangerous waves, although the intensity of the storm has decreased, it is still being described as a very dangerous storm.

Bangladeshi officials fear it could be the deadliest hurricane since 2007, which killed more than 3,500 people.

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