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5/22/21

Yass could turn into a cyclonic hurricane today; Begin preparations for rescue on the East Coast; High alert in 5 states including Orissa and Bengal


New risk at sea:  Yass could turn into a cyclonic hurricane today; Begin preparations for rescue on the East Coast; High alert in 5 states including Orissa and Bengal


The picture is of the coastal area of ​​Andaman and Nicobar. Here members of the Indian Coast Guard ship are providing weather information to fishermen and ships working at sea.

Chance of heavy rains in some coastal areas
A team of doctors, including the Coastguard, and the ambulance on standby



A hurricane in the Bay of Bengal could turn into a cyclonic storm today. If it turns into a cyclonic storm, it will be named Yas. Oman has decided his name. Preparations have been started for rescue on the east coast in this regard. Due to this, high alert has been issued in Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Andaman and Nicobar.

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Bengal and Orissa to be most affected The
hurricane will have the greatest impact on Bengal and Orissa. Meanwhile, heavy rains are expected in Andaman and Nicobar and some areas along the east coast. This can also lead to the risk of flooding. Here, the Orissa government has issued alerts to its 30 to 40 districts in view of the potential risk of hurricanes.

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Orissa-West Bengal coast may be hit on May 26 The
meteorological department said on Thursday that a low pressure area would form on the eastern central part of the Bay of Bengal on May 22, which could turn into a cyclonic storm. On May 26, a hurricane is likely to hit the Orissa-West Bengal coast.

The Coast Guard is warning late into the night.

A team of doctors, including the Coastguard, and an ambulance on standby, along with the
Coastguard, Disaster Relief Team (DRT), Inflatable Boats, Lifeboy and Lifejacket, and a team of doctors and ambulances are on standby. The Port Authority, Oil Rig Operators, Shipping-Fisheries Authority and Fishermen's Association have been informed about the hurricane.

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Fishermen working at sea are constantly being sent an alert
Fishing on the east coast has been banned. Coastguard Dornier aircraft and ships are also providing weather information to fishermen working at sea. They are also being instructed to return to the nearest port. The ICG has appealed to all the nearby states and union territories to keep abreast of the people present at the ports.


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The picture is of the coastal area of ​​Andaman and Nicobar.

Being kept a constant eye on the weather
, according to the spokesman of the ICG is being kept a constant eye on the weather in the Bay of Bengal. In addition to Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, West Bengal, ICG is available on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Alerts are being sent with the help of Remote Operating Station (ROS).

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Center announces guidelines for 5 states

Activate the Emergency Command System and Emergency Operations Center and Control Room immediately. Appoint the Nodal Officer and make his contact details available to the Ministry of Health.
Launch hospital disaster management schemes in all districts of coastal states. Preparations for emergency situations in hospitals in these districts should also be reviewed.
Prepare advance plans to relocate patients from health centers and hospitals in areas that are approaching hurricane routes to larger hospitals in high altitude areas.
The monitoring unit for covid management, health teams should also be prepared for diseases like dengue, malaria, cold-cough in addition to epidemics.
All health centers and hospitals in hurricane-affected areas, including Covid Centers, should have adequate manpower. All these centers should be fully functional. Manpower shortage should be met from non-affected districts.
Affected areas have adequate power backups in hospitals, labs and vaccine cold chains, oxygen production units and other ancillary medical facilities. In addition, adequate supply of electricity and water should be ensured in these hospitals.
Heavy winds and heavy rains may affect traffic. Collect stock of essential medicines in advance considering emergency. Arrangements should be made for ORS, chlorine tablets, bleaching powder and other medications to treat corona. These measures are required for both Covid and Non-Covid hospitals.

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