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Heatwave grips Southeast Asia, causing health concerns, closes schools

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Heatwave grips Southeast Asia, causing health concerns, closes schools

Southeast Asia is currently experiencing a scorching heatwave, which is a cause for concern as it may lead to health problems.Heatwave grips Southeast Asia, causing health concerns, closes schools

In Malaysia, a toddler’s death due to extreme heat emphasized climate-related risks. Vietnam faces a state of emergency as scorching temperatures parch rice fields. The Philippines witnesses school closures as temperatures soar above 42°C.

Climatologists warn the region, home to over 675 million people, faces relentless heat and humidity. Thailand, hardest hit, experiences record-breaking temperatures, with little relief expected.

Vietnam’s drought threatens its vital agriculture, while Malaysia considers cloud seeding to induce rain. Malaysia reports heat-related fatalities, prompting concerns about extreme weather resilience.Heatwave grips Southeast Asia, causing health concerns, closes schools

Students in Singapore and the Philippines adapt to cope with the intense heat. Urgent climate action is needed to safeguard health and well-being amidst rising temperatures.

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