Hundreds die in Yemen’s Aden as third wave of COVID-19 peaks
Arab News says more than 700 people died in Yemen’s southern city of Aden in August following the third wave of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the war-torn country, health officials said.
Based on burial permits from the city’s civil records office, 705 people died in August in Aden compared to 535 in July.
In 2020, 510 and 514 died in Aden in August and July, respectively. During normal days, the city’s civil records office records roughly 250 deaths per month.
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