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GD activates Level IV emergency response for floods (with tips)

Guangdong initiated a Level IV emergency response for flood control in the province on April 4, according to the Guangdong provincial headquarters for flood, drought, and typhoon control.

The province entered the severe convective weather season in late March and is strengthening its defenses against climate-induced disasters.

The headquarters urged local authorities to strengthen monitoring and forecasts and stay alert for possible flooding, landslides, and mudslides.

(Photo: Zhong Zhihui)

China has a four-tier flood control emergency response system, with Level I being the most severe response.

How should we defend against severe convective weather? How can we avoid dangers from typhoons, heavy rains, floods, mudslides, etc.? Here is a guide to discerning and managing risks in severe convective weather.

Reporter | Monica, Alice, Hannah, Abby

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