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India: Heat wave strikes Delhi as temperatures soar to 47 degrees Celsius03:12

India: Heat wave strikes Delhi as temperatures soar to 47 degrees Celsius

Индия, Delhi
27 May, 2020 в 20:28 GMT +00:00 · Опубликовано

Temperatures soared 47 degrees Celsius (116.6 Fahrenheit) in Delhi on Wednesday, as the Indian capital endures a heatwave amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Pedestrians were seen covering their heads with cloths and bandanas to protect themselves the heat, while children were seen enjoying a swim A few workers could be seen cutting the grass and watering gardens.

"Due to the heat we are facing a lot of trouble," migrant worker Laxmi Singh said. "Even though it's very hot, we still have to work under the sun," he stated, adding "we are coming to Delhi and working here for the last 20 years, but I have never seen so much heat like this."

Delhi also recorded the highest single-day spike of 792 coronavirus cases on Wednesday, with the total number of cases reaching 15,257. As of Wednesday, India has 158,077 coronavirus cases and 4,534 fatalities as Johns Hopkins University compiled data shows.

India: Heat wave strikes Delhi as temperatures soar to 47 degrees Celsius03:12
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Temperatures soared 47 degrees Celsius (116.6 Fahrenheit) in Delhi on Wednesday, as the Indian capital endures a heatwave amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Pedestrians were seen covering their heads with cloths and bandanas to protect themselves the heat, while children were seen enjoying a swim A few workers could be seen cutting the grass and watering gardens.

"Due to the heat we are facing a lot of trouble," migrant worker Laxmi Singh said. "Even though it's very hot, we still have to work under the sun," he stated, adding "we are coming to Delhi and working here for the last 20 years, but I have never seen so much heat like this."

Delhi also recorded the highest single-day spike of 792 coronavirus cases on Wednesday, with the total number of cases reaching 15,257. As of Wednesday, India has 158,077 coronavirus cases and 4,534 fatalities as Johns Hopkins University compiled data shows.