10 years deadliest sandstorm in China - 6 dead, 81 missing

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China News – Sand storms took many cities of China into its fold on Monday. It is considered to be the most dangerous sandstorm of the last 10 years. It has had a major impact on the country’s 12 provinces. 

According to information received by the World News superfast, China’s National Metrological Center has reported that the impact of the sandy storm has occurred in a large area of ​​the country. It has engulfed areas ranging from Xinjiang and Gansu in the northwest of China to Mongolia and Hebei in the north.

Mongolia’s National Emergency Management Agency said on Monday that 6 people have died due to the storm, while 81 people are missing

In view of the danger of the storm, a yellow alert has been issued. This weather is the last warning in the color code warning system. It explicitly instructs people to wear mask-scarves, close doors and windows well. It has also been said that its effect is expected to last till Monday.

More impact of storm in these areas

According to information received by the World News superfast, according to the Xinhua News Agency, the impact of the hurricane has been highest in the areas of Xinjiang, Mongolia, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Gansu Ningxia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Habe, Beijing and Tianjin. Dusty winds are blowing here at a very high speed.

Air quality has crossed the 500 level in Beijing. This has increased the risk of pollution

The risk of pollution i.e. PM2.5 reached 732 microgram cubic meter by 9 am. According to the WHO, PM2.5 should reach 25 microgram cubic meters in 24 hours. At the same time, the level of PM10 has reached 9,350 microgram cubic meter in Beijing. 

This is 180 times the WHO standard. According to Beijing Meteorological Department, the visibility in the city has been reduced to 1 km. Experts forbid people to move out of the house.

Traffic police issued a warning in Beijing

The Beijing Traffic Police has also issued a warning. He has asked people to be safe at home. Also, standing around trees, hoardings and construction sites is forbidden. The Municipal Commission has issued instructions to all the schools. 

According to information received by the World News superfast, outdoor activities in the school have been banned. Instructions have also been given to adopt rescue methods as well. Apart from this, all the air flights arriving at Beijing Capital International Airport and Beijing Dexing International Airport have been barred.

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTChina News – Sand storms took many cities of China into its fold on Monday. It is considered to be the most dangerous sandstorm of the last 10 years. It has had a major impact on the country’s 12 provinces. According to information received by the World News superfast, China’s National Metrological Center has reported that the impact of the sandy storm has occurred in a large area of ​​the country. It has engulfed areas ranging from Xinjiang and Gansu in the northwest of China to Mongolia and Hebei in the north.Mongolia’s National Emergency Management Agency said on Monday that 6 people have died due to the storm, while 81 people are missingIn view of the danger of the storm, a yellow alert has been issued. This weather is the last warning in the color code warning system. It explicitly instructs people to wear mask-scarves, close doors and windows well. It has also been said that its effect is expected to last till Monday.More impact of storm in these areasAccording to information received by the World News superfast, according to the Xinhua News Agency, the impact of the hurricane has been highest in the areas of Xinjiang, Mongolia, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Gansu Ningxia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Habe, Beijing and Tianjin. Dusty winds are blowing here at a very high speed.Air quality has crossed the 500 level in Beijing. This has increased the risk of pollutionThe risk of pollution i.e. PM2.5 reached 732 microgram cubic meter by 9 am. According to the WHO, PM2.5 should reach 25 microgram cubic meters in 24 hours. At the same time, the level of PM10 has reached 9,350 microgram cubic meter in Beijing. This is 180 times the WHO standard. According to Beijing Meteorological Department, the visibility in the city has been reduced to 1 km. Experts forbid people to move out of the house.Traffic police issued a warning in BeijingThe Beijing Traffic Police has also issued a warning. He has asked people to be safe at home. Also, standing around trees, hoardings and construction sites is forbidden. The Municipal Commission has issued instructions to all the schools. According to information received by the World News superfast, outdoor activities in the school have been banned. Instructions have also been given to adopt rescue methods as well. Apart from this, all the air flights arriving at Beijing Capital International Airport and Beijing Dexing International Airport have been barred.
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