Although, the exact time and location the Long March 5B Chinese rocket will fall is yet to be known. Speculations show that the debris could fall on the earth surface over the weekend, May 8-10, 2021.
However, according to a report from CNN, “the European Space Agency has predicted a “risk zone” that encompasses “any portion of Earth’s surface between about 41.5N and 41.5S latitude” — which includes virtually all of the Americas south of New York, all of Africa and Australia, parts of Asia south of Japan and Europe’s Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece.”
Although, predictictions by astrophysicists show that this may pose little or no risk to humans because the debris is most likely to land in the ocean. This is due to the fact that water body covers about 71 per cent of the earth surface. While the Ocean covers 96.5 per cent of the water body.