Family members stand among the debris of their destroyed home after Cyclone Amphan made landfall near the Bay of Bengal in India. Photo: EPA Family members stand among the debris of their destroyed home after Cyclone Amphan made landfall near the Bay of Bengal in India. Photo: EPA
Family members stand among the debris of their destroyed home after Cyclone Amphan made landfall near the Bay of Bengal in India. Photo: EPA

Cyclone Amphan batters India and Bangladesh, killing at least 95 people

  • Amphan is the fiercest cyclone to hit the region in more than 20 years, affecting millions and leaving at least 50,000 people homeless
  • However, packing people into shelters will increase the risk of coronavirus spreading, with cases still surging in both India and Bangladesh

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Family members stand among the debris of their destroyed home after Cyclone Amphan made landfall near the Bay of Bengal in India. Photo: EPA Family members stand among the debris of their destroyed home after Cyclone Amphan made landfall near the Bay of Bengal in India. Photo: EPA
Family members stand among the debris of their destroyed home after Cyclone Amphan made landfall near the Bay of Bengal in India. Photo: EPA
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