Hurricane Hannah hit the coastal area of Texas for the second time amid the outbreak of the Corona epidemic in the US. The storm struck about 15 miles north-northwest of Port Keynesfield in eastern Keddie County at 6.15 pm US time.
There were powerful winds during this. The wind speeds were 90 mph (145 kph) at maximum. Hannah will be the first storm to hit the Texas coast from the Atlantic Ocean by 2020. To prevent this, the Texas government has made extensive plans.
People were told to be careful and to keep away from the sea. Forecasters warned of the vortex. He claims there may be strong rainfall on Sunday night. The storm’s effect will bring winds up to a maximum velocity of 120 kilometers per hour and 15 to 30 centimeters of rain, according to the US National Hurricane Center.
The storm’s core is at Corpus Christi, about 160 kilometers from the east. It might impact the coastal regions. This may pose a threat to life and property here. According to Colorado State University hurricane researcher Phil Klotzbach, Hana could break the record for eight of her pre-Atlantic hurricanes.
The prior record was Harvey’s on 3 August 2005. On the other side, more than 300 corona infections have been reported to the south in Cameroon County according to state health results.
The prevalence of the epidemic in the county has also been strong over the past week. Corpus Christi Nubool County made headlines in the case of corona infections when health officials revealed that 60 infants from 1 to 6 July were corona probes positive.
Wearing face masks has been made mandatory for people engaged in a hurricane rescue. Texas officials have also kept the epidemic in mind when making hurricane victims a shelter so that physical distance laws are followed.