Medical sources said that 61 deaths were recorded today, Monday, in the temporary capital of Aden, with a high death rate since the outbreaks of fever and epidemics that struck the city, including the Coronavirus.
The Al-Jazeera TV quoted a medical source as saying, "The deteriorating health situation, in addition to the continuous power cuts, led to an increase in the number of epidemics and diseases, including dengue fever, celery and the emerging corona virus."
Previously, the world, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told reporters the Yemeni iterim capital, Aden, has the world's highest mortality rate from the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
"In Aden, we have the highest mortality rates in the world of COVID-19 - 70 percent of those that have the disease are dying", Guterres said
Guterres noted that the situation in Yemen is tragic and it is, therefore, crucial for the international community to demonstrate solidarity with the people there and fully support the appeal for funds that will be issued at an upcoming pledging event.