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Public Health England - Global Hazards Weekly Bulletin 3rd - 9th October

Friday, October 9, 2020

 

Coronavirus

WHO Coronavirus disease (COVID -19) Situational Report – 9th October

 

Brazil

Covid: Brazil's coronavirus cases pass five million

Canada

Canadians encouraged to stay home as second wave of Covid-19 worsens

Chad

Chikungunya outbreak in Chad nears 35,000 cases since August

Europe

Storm Alex: Four killed as flash floods hit France and Italy

Germany

Germany faces 'uncontrolled' coronavirus spread as cases jump

India

Heavy rain leaves twin cities flooded

Back-to-back systems over the Bay could delay northeast monsoon

Mexico

Hurricane Delta steams across Gulf of Mexico 

New Zealand

Dozens of homes razed in New Zealand bushfires

Nigeria

Five killed, many injured in Lagos gas explosion

Philippines

Earthquake hits northern Philippines, felt in Manila

Russia

Russia explosion: Huge blast at military base - major disaster sparks evacuation

South Korea

Dozens hospitalized after fire engulfs 33-story apartment building in South Korea 

Southern Africa

Explainer: what’s behind the locust swarms damaging crops in southern Africa

United Kingdom 

Heavy rain brings flooding and travel disruption

United States Of America

Record California wildfires burn over 4 million acres

Hurricane Delta heads toward the US Gulf Coast after slamming Mexico's Yucatan

 

Other items of interest:

Webinar: 2020 Asia Pacific Science and Technology Conference for disaster Risk Reduction – 15th October 11am Malaysia time

Webinar: The Stockholm High-Level Meeting on Addressing the Humanitarian Impact of Climate Change – 21st October 14:30 CEST

Virtual UN World Data Forum 19 – 21 October

2020 International Day For Disaster Risk Reduction – 13th October

Marine heatwaves and hurricanes: Study examines compounding impact of severe weather 

As cities bake on a warming planet, insurers cook up heatwave cover

Caribbean Communities Building Resilience through Water Harvesting

This September was the hottest on record, scientists find

 

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