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102 people in India survived the worst chemical disaster but died of the coronavirus.

102 people in India survived the worst chemical disaster but died of the coronavirus.

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December 3rd – The government of Madhya Pradesh, India, said on the 2nd local time that 102 people who survived the 1984 Bhopal gas spill in India have died of COVID-19.

Basant Kurre, head of disaster relief and reconstruction in Bhopal, India, said, “As of December 2, 518 people have died of COVID-19 in Bhopal District, 102 of whom were Bhopal poisoned. Survivors of the gas incident.

On the evening of December 2 to 3, 1984, the potassium cyanide spill at the pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, killed more than 15,000 people and more than 500,000 people were affected by the toxic material spill. The accident was called the world’s worst chemical industry. Disaster.

The data shows that victims of the 1984 gas accident were six times more likely to contract the coronavirus than normal people. In addition, activist Rushna Deengra revealed that of the 450 people who died of COVID-19 there is evidence that 254 people have been exposed to gas accidents. The data also shows that 15 victims died in isolation wards and were not treated by doctors.

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