Burevi weakens to depression. Continues to wreak havoc in southern Tamil Nadu.
The cyclonic storm Burevi has weakened to depression, but it continues to wreak havoc in the southern part of Tamil Nadu.
WorldConfirmed: 113,681,055Active: 21,917,782Recovered: 89,241,544Death: 2,521,729
USAConfirmed: 29,055,072Active: 9,097,724Recovered: 19,436,471Death: 520,877
IndiaConfirmed: 11,068,521Active: 157,134Recovered: 10,754,497Death: 156,890
BrazilConfirmed: 10,393,886Active: 818,529Recovered: 9,323,696Death: 251,661
RussiaConfirmed: 4,223,186Active: 354,496Recovered: 3,783,386Death: 85,304
UKConfirmed: 4,154,562Active: 1,305,026Recovered: 2,727,466Death: 122,070
ItalyConfirmed: 2,868,435Active: 396,143Recovered: 2,375,318Death: 96,974
TurkeyConfirmed: 2,674,766Active: 99,905Recovered: 2,546,503Death: 28,358
GermanyConfirmed: 2,429,789Active: 123,933Recovered: 2,235,700Death: 70,156
PakistanConfirmed: 577,482Active: 22,285Recovered: 542,393Death: 12,804
ChinaConfirmed: 89,877Active: 244Recovered: 84,997Death: 4,636
Chennai, 5/12: Heavy rains battered the southern region of Tamil Nadu as Cyclone Burevi gradually weakened. As of now, the cyclone has weakened to a depression, but heavy rains continue in the southern part of Tamil Nadu. The havoc-wreaking rainfall has caused seven deaths, as it continued for the second straight day. In Cuddalore district around 300 villages have been flooded, while large parts of Rameswaram in Ramanathapuram district are without electricity.