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Temperatures are set to soar in many parts of the world as summer takes hold, with many countries already experiencing heatwaves, such as India.
But hot weather and high humidity can pose a risk to health, especially people with heart or breathing problems, the elderly or young children.
If you're struggling to stay cool, here are tips on how to stay safe in the heat:
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Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less. -- Marie Curie
If you're wondering what life after lockdown might look like, this video from news network CNBC International offers some insight.
Journalist Uptin Saiidi is in Hong Kong to see what measures are in place -- including temperature checks at shops and restaurants.