BUSAN, South Korea — The heat waves warning, which has been issued in Busan, was lifted after seventeen consecutive days. An official of the Busan weather agency said that the heat waves warning that had been issued in Busan was lifted at 3:30 a.m. today. The lifting of the heat waves warning is 17 days after issuing it on the fifth.
The weather agency said that the hot weather over thirty degrees will continue for a while, but it will rain on Saturday the 24th. A trough of low pressure and cloudy weather will continue the next day.
Although the heat wave warning has been lifted, there a is remaining concern for the foot-and-mouth disease due to the hot weather conditions, Busan will conduct a mass vaccination until the thirtieth.
In the cases of small farmers, the vaccination fee is free. The professional farmhouses that raise over fifty cows or over ten-thousand pigs should pay half of the fees.
As the foot-and-mouth disease and avian influenza occurred between 2010 and 2011, they caused the nation huge losses worth two trillion and eight hundred billion won.
Source: Busan eFM News