Heat waves are expected in Karachi in June and the temperature is likely to go up to 44 to 50 degrees Celsius.
According to the spokesperson of Sindh Health Department, Pakistan is the most affected by climate change and 700 people died due to heat waves in Sindh in 2015.
The health department said that the temperature in June is likely to be 44 to 50 degrees Celsius, there is a risk of heat waves due to hot weather and high humidity in the air, so workers, security personnel, public transport drivers Potential heat waves may pose greater risks.
The health department says that children, senior citizens and pregnant women need special precautions, wear light colors and open clothes, do not go out of the house unnecessarily in the afternoon hours.
Even today in Karachi, the heat of 35 degrees was felt at 41 degrees Celsius.