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PostSubject: Planetary Heatwaves   Tue May 03, 2016 8:20 am

With temperatures of 45 C and higher: Death toll from Pakistan's killer heatwave passes 1,000



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The death toll from Pakistan's killer heatwave rose past 1,000 on Thursday, with more fatalities expected, as cloud cover and lower temperatures brought some relief to the worst-hit city Karachi. Morgues and gravediggers in Karachi, Pakistan's largest city and economic hub, have struggled to keep up with the flow of bodies since the scorching temperatures began last weekend.
Hospitals have been on a crisis footing and dedicated heatstroke treatment centres have been set up around the city to treat the tens of thousands affected by heatstroke and dehydration.
"The death toll is more than 1,000 and it may reach up to 1,500," Anwar Kazmi, a spokesman for the Edhi Foundation, Pakistan's largest welfare charity and a leading provider of emergency medical care in Karachi, told AFP.
According to figures collected by AFP from hospitals around the city, a total of 1,079 people have died as a result of the heatwave.
Karachi hospitals have treated nearly 80,000 people for the effects of heatstroke and dehydration, according to medical officials.
After days of temperatures hovering at highs in the mid-40s Celsius (around 110 Fahrenheit), sea breezes and cloud cover have brought some respite to the port city in the last two days.
The Met Office forecast temperatures of around 34 degrees Celsius on Thursday, with 75 percent cloud cover.
The Edhi Foundation said their mortuaries in the city had received such an influx of bodies that they were struggling to keep them properly chilled.
Victims' families have also faced challenges in burying their dead, as grave-diggers have struggled to keep up with demand in the scorching heat.
While temperatures of 45 C and higher are not uncommon in parts of inland Pakistan, Karachi normally remains cooler thanks to its coastal location.
This year's heatwave has also coincided with the start of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan, during which millions of devout Pakistanis abstain from food and drink from sunrise to sunset.
Under Pakistani law, it is illegal for Muslims to eat or drink in public during daylight hours in Ramadan.
The majority of the deaths in Karachi have been among the elderly, the poor and manual labourers who toil outdoors, prompting clerics to urge those at risk of heatstroke not to fast.
Doctor Qaiser Sajjad of the Pakistan Medical Association in Karachi said that a lack of understanding of heatstroke among the public - how to spot symptoms and treat them - had contributed to the deaths.
"The main reason was a lack of awareness among the public - no-one knew how to cope in such a situation," he said.
The situation has not been helped by power cuts - a regular feature of life in Pakistan - which have stopped fans and air conditioners from working and interrupted Karachi's water supply.


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PostSubject: Re: Planetary Heatwaves   Tue May 03, 2016 8:21 am

1.252 billion in danger! India heat wave update: 46.5 degrees Celsius (116F) and rising!


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Heatwave conditions continued to sweep several parts of the country with Rajasthans Phalodi recording the maximum temperature of 46.5 degrees Celsius.
National capital New Delhi faced unpleasant weather conditions where the maximum temperature was recorded at 42 degrees Celsius.
In Rajasthan, the highest temperature of 46.5 was recorded at Phalodi town in Jodhpur district, followed by Sri Ganganagar (46.3), Churu (46), Bikaner (45.8), and Barmer (45.2), and Jaipur (43.3). Heat wave prevailed across Uttar Pradesh with Allahabad being the hottest place at 45.1 degrees Celsius.
In Punjab and Haryana, Hisar was the hottest place at 44.7 degrees Celsius and most places in the two states recorded the seasons highest maximum temperature so far, the MeT Department office in Chandigarh said.
In Punjab, Amritsar recorded 42.3 deg C.
In Odisha, after a brief respite from scorching heat, the mercury soared in most parts of the state where Bhawanipatna remained the hottest place at 45.5 degrees Celsius.
The state capital Bhubaneswar touched 44 degree Celsius.
Eastern state of Jharkhand also faced heatwave conditions where the maximum temperature of 44.2 degrees Celsius was recorded at Jamshedpur followed by Palamu (43.8), Garhwa (43), and Ranchi and Lohardagga (both 40).
In West Bengal, Kolkata sizzled at 40.1 degrees Celsius, where the MeT department forecast possibility of rain and thunderstorms within a couple of days.
Bihar continued to sizzle under spell of heatwave with Gaya being the hottest place at 42.9 degree Celsius followed by Patna (40.4).
In Keralas capital city of Thiruvananthapuram, where the maximum temperature was 35 degrees Celsius, the District Collector has ordered no schools will function till May 20 due to heatwave conditions.
Yesterday, two persons - 50-year-old daily wage worker Damodaran had collapsed and died, and 80 year-old Cheriya Raman, who was walking on the road collapsed and died, in suspected case of sunstroke deaths in Keralas Kozhikode.
Palakaad in the state recorded 40.7 degrees Celsius and Kozhikode 38.3 degrees Celsius.

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