Cases of leptospirosis, a disease transmitted by rats, are on the rise in Reunion.
165 cases of leptospirosis were identified on the island in 2022, compared to 139 the previous year. This disease, transmitted through rat urine, can be very dangerous. Last year, three people died because of it in Reunion. On Friday 17 March, the authorities launched a second rat extermination campaign, which will run until the end of May. Sophie Pearson, Encounter 1.
34 dead in a shipwreck off Madagascar
Last weekend, 34 migrants on their way to Mayotte died in a shipwreck off the coast of Madagascar. The boat, which was carrying about 60 passengers, capsized. The fishermen rescued 24 people. The other survivors fled.
Kwasa-Kwasa shipwrecks occur regularly between Comoros or Madagascar and Mayotte. It may cause a thousand casualties every year.
Six environmental damage cases in the Cayenne Court
This is the first of its kind in Guyana: six cases directly related to environmental damage were heard on Thursday, March 16, in the Cayenne Court. A private hearing within the framework of the law relating to European public prosecutors. Melody Nouri, Guyana 1st.
Noumea’s beaches are closed to swimming
The beaches of Noumea will remain closed to swimmers until the installation of anti-shark barriers, that is, at the end of 2023. This was announced by the mayor of New Caledonia, after three attacks, including a fatal one. For a month, and about forty sharks have been caught, since the end of January. This prohibition is accepted differently by the townspeople. They replied to Miriam Bonnet, New Caledonia 1st
Swimming is prohibited, on the other hand other marine activities will be able to resume, however “At Risk and the Risks of Practitioners”However, the city’s mayor said.
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