Killer wasps leave dozens dead in China

11 Jan 2021

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Wasps have killed nineteen people in northwest China, with nearly 600 severely injured. A hospital in Hanzhong City has treated 87 victims, eight have died and four are in a critical condition. The insects' highly toxic stings can lead to anaphylactic shock and renal failure. Officials have urged people to seek medical help if they have been stung more than ten times. Report by Sarah Johnston.

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