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Pakistan Heatwave Alert: Temperatures Rising Beyond 50 Degrees!

Pakistan Heatwave Alert: Temperatures Rising Beyond 50 Degrees!

Pakistan Heatwave Alert: Temperatures Rising Beyond 50 Degrees!

Pakistan Heatwave Alert: Temperatures Rising Beyond 50 Degrees!

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  • Pakistan is facing a severe heatwave, with temperatures surpassing 50 degrees Celsius.
  • Various regions, including Sukkur, have experienced extreme temperatures.
  • Daily-wage workers are particularly affected by the heatwave as they rely on outdoor work.
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Islamabad: Pakistan is experiencing a severe heatwave, with temperatures in some areas exceeding 50 degrees Celsius.

The intense heat has raised widespread concerns and compelled residents to adopt extraordinary measures to deal with the extremely hot conditions.

Mohenjo-daro experienced a scorching temperature of 51 degrees Celsius, while Sukkur and Dadu reached 49 degrees, and Mithi and Nawabshah recorded 47 degrees, highlighting the widespread impact of the extreme heat in various regions.

Dera Ghazi Khan faced 48 degrees, while Multan and Bahawalpur reached 46 degrees. Dera Ismail Khan reported 45 degrees, and Lahore and Bannu each recorded 43 degrees. Peshawar and Muzaffarabad experienced 41 degrees, Islamabad saw 40 degrees, and Karachi had a relatively lower yet hot 37 degrees.

Nationwide, individuals are enduring the heat by staying indoors during peak hours, drinking more water, and employing traditional cooling techniques like wet cloths and hand fans.

Health authorities have advised the public to avoid unnecessary outdoor activities, wear light clothing, and stay hydrated to cope with the extreme

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Urban areas are facing frequent power outages, worsening the situation as residents struggle without reliable air conditioning and electric fans. Additionally, water shortages in some regions have compounded the challenges posed by the heatwave.

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The heatwave in Pakistan has disproportionately affected daily-wage workers, who depend on outdoor work for their livelihoods.

To assist those affected by heat-related illnesses, emergency response centers have been established. Hospitals are on high alert to manage the anticipated rise in cases of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

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