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As deadly Cyclone Harold churns through the South Pacific, small island nations in its path are struggling to balance responses to the disaster with maintaining efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, officials warned on Wednesday.A bird is seen near a drying reservoir in Mt. Darwin, Zimbabwe, Oct. 11, 2019. Zimbabwe is facing severe food shortages due to a combination of drought and cyclone this year. Photo: Xinhua
Cyclone Harold ripped through Vanuatu and Fiji as a deadly top-strength storm this week, causing injuries and damage to property, and severing communications.Before that, it left 27 people missing and presumed dead in the Solomon Islands after they were swept off a ferry in rough seas.The storm is now headed toward Tonga and expected to land there on Thursday or Friday, emergency officials said.
The cyclone forced Vanuatu, which has yet to report a case of the COVID-19 infection, to suspend social distancing rules intended to combat the virus, Red Cross officials said.The island state's leaders also are rethinking new border restrictions imposed to head off a virus outbreak, they said.
"It's an incredibly challenging time right across the globe, and it's hard to imagine a worse time for a mega-storm like this to hit," Luke Ebbs, Vanuatu director for charity Save the Children, said in a statement.
Tonga has just "a handful" of intensive care beds for a popu卢lation of 100,000, to treat both storm injuries and potential cases of COVID-19.While Russia is expected to enter its peak COVID-19 period in the following weeks, many Chinese students in Russia have chosen to stay, and some remain optimistic toward the country's upcoming battle.
Russia has over 10,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases, the national disease response team revealed on Thursday. The country tested 1,459 people in the past 24 hours, according to RT.Veronika Skvortsova, the head of Russia's Federal Biomedical Agency, said the country would hit its COVID-19 peak within 14 days.
While some Chinese are leaving Russia and rushing home, making imported cases of the virus become a hot topic on social media, many Chinese students at Russian universities have remained calm."We filled several surveys to record our information and conditions from the Chinese embassy in Russia recently," a Chinese postgraduate student surnamed Sun at Bauman Moscow State Technical University, told the Global Times. "The embassy asked our intention of going back to China. Some of us even received calls from them." Sun said.