China increases flood emergency response level
Command and control center flood China’s drought relief and relief on June 4 increased the emergency response level from level 3 to level 4 amid heavy rains in the south of the country, Xinhua news agency reported.
Follow weather forecast According to the latest from the China Meteorological Administration, on June 5, new downpours are expected to hit the southern and northeastern regions of China.
Some areas affected by heavy rain will experience severe weather patterns with thunderstorms and strong winds.
Several rivers in provinces in China’s southern region, including Hunan, Jiangxi, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Guangxi and Guizhou, have exceeded flood warning levels, according to the Control Center flood control and drought relief and the Department of Emergency Management (MEM).
Chinese officials stressed that the country needs to be on high alert, in case of floods and emergencies.
On June 5, China’s National Commission for Disaster Mitigation and the Ministry of Emergency Management jointly activated a level 4 emergency response measure to floods in the southern province of Hunan.
Working teams have been sent to the affected areas during the wave latest floods in china to help local authorities in relief work.
China has a 4-level flood control emergency response system, of which level 1 is the most severe.
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