Daily Archives: April 2, 2020

Off-Season Hurricane Outlook and Discussion for April, 2, 2020

Michael Remaley

Apr 2, 2020

Off-Season Hurricane Outlook and Discussion for April, 2, 2020. I go over the Prediction from CSU for the upcoming hurricane season and also go the latest SSTA analysis.

Why this Hurricane Season could be Extremely Active

Direct Weather

Apr 2, 2020

Thanks For Watching! Be sure to like the video! In today’s video I’m going to give you an updated hurricane season outlook, and also tell you guys why this Hurricane season could be extremely Active. We’re headed towards a La Nina, and that will heavily influence this years Hurricane Season. also a very warm Atlantic Ocean will really amplify the hurricane season and help tropical storms and hurricanes develop.

Hurricane Season 2020 Prediction Above Average Expected – The Weather Channel Live Forecast


Weather Channel Live

Hurricane Season 2020 Prediction Above Average Expected –
The Weather Channel Live Forecast https://youtu.be/z_zM5JnxOq4

Harvard department chair arrested; charged with concealing ties to China


WCVB Channel 5 Boston



Published on Jan 28, 2020

Two Chinese nationals working in Boston are also facing charges from the U.S. Attorney’s Office

Asia’s largest slum in Mumbai records first COVID-19 death


CGTN



Published on Apr 2, 2020

Hunger, unemployment and uncertainty over aid and healthcare – that’s life for millions of India’s poor. But as a lockdown is imposed, the threat of COVID-19 has become more dangerous. In India, what is known as Asia’s largest slum – Dharavi reports its first coronavirus death. CGTN’s Ravinder Bawa reports

Lassa Fever Epidemic in Nigeria Far Deadlier Than Covid-19


VOA News



Published on Apr 2, 2020

Along with the global coronavirus virus pandemic,  Nigeria is also battling a deadly Lassa Fever outbreak that has killed at least 176 people. Doctors say the illness is an annual problem in Africa that deserves more attention. Ifiok Ettang reports for Jos, Nigeria. Originally published at – https://morigin.voanews.eu/a/5357856….

South Africa’s Overcrowded Slums Most Vulnerable to Coronavirus


VOA News



Published on Apr 2, 2020

Even before South Africa became hit hard by coronavirus, the country was struggling with a healthcare system battered by tuberculosis and HIV.  Health experts say the vulnerable population in poor and overcrowded slums is now even more at risk.  Franco Puglisi reports from Johannesburg. Originally published at – https://morigin.voanews.eu/a/5357853….