The Indian Streets of Mumbai are Deserted

The streets of the Indian city of Mumbai were empty as Hurricane Yinder approached the most populous city in India, and thousands of citizens moved away from the coast, which increased pressure on the authorities facing the pandemic of the Corona virus.

Jawaharlal Nehru Port, the largest container port in India and located on the outskirts of Mumbai, said the authorities had ordered its closure for 24 hours.

The meteorological department said that the hurricane moving in the Arabian Sea “will likely intensify into a strong storm during the next six hours.”

She added that the hurricane could sweep the land in the coastal border area of ​​Maharashtra and Gujarat states, accompanied by winds of up to 120 kilometers per hour, which is equivalent to a Category One hurricane.

Mumbai, the financial capital of India, and its surrounding areas has recorded about 55,000 cases of coronavirus and more than 1,700 deaths so far.

Source: Agencies

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