Osmania: The death toll from earthquakes in Turkey and Syria continues to rise. An earthquake shook Syria and Turkey early last Monday morning. 5 days after the disaster, bodies are still being recovered one after another. Various rescue teams had to face some problems in the rescue operation due to severe cold.
The death toll from earthquakes in Turkey and Syria has exceeded 21,000. Many people are still in hospital. Many are also missing. As a result, it is feared that the number of dead may increase. On the other hand, the first UN medical team arrived in the rebel-held area of Syria. World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Thursday that he is going to Syria. WHO is engaged in providing essential medical care to earthquake affected areas.
Earthquake Later now new problems have arisen. Many people have become homeless. Shelters are also out of space. As a result, many people have to live under the open sky. Thousands of people are forced to live in the open without any shelter in the extreme cold. They are not even getting drinking water.
Earthquake Later, various countries of the world extended their help. The World Bank said it will provide 1.78 billion aid to Turkey to help with relief and rescue operations. 780 million in immediate assistance from the two projects. 1 billion will be given separately for relief and reconstruction. Turkey’s economy has been hit hard by the earthquake. Relief, financial aid, medicine and rescue teams have already been sent from various countries.
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A special team of NDRF has also been sent from India. The team has been provided with modern equipment and appropriate relief, medicines. Syria and Turkey were shaken by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake at 4:17 a.m. on Monday. It was then that aid was announced by India.
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