As of November 10, 2013 6 AM, National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council has officially reported 151 people dead (3 were electrocuted while 1 was struck by lightning), 23 people injured, and 5 people missing because of super typhoon Yolanda.
A lot of families were displaced due to super typhoon Yolanda.
A total of 403,503 persons persons or 86,513 families were placed in 1,425 evacuation centers located in 37 provinces, 38 cities, and 215 municipalities from the following regions:
In Region VI and XI, the total of damaged houses now account to 3,480, 1,409 of which suffered partial damage while 2,071 suffered total damage.
In region IV-A, IV-B, V, and VIII, a total of 18 roads & 1 bridge have been reported to be not affected as of November 10, 2013 6 AM.
Reported stranded in Region IV-B in Puerto Princesa, Region V in Albay and Sorsogon, and Region VII in Maasin and Catbalogan were 501 passengers, 1 motorbanca, 67 rolling cargoes, and 3 vessels
The operation of 4 airports are currently suspended as of November 9, 2013.
Power blackout was experienced in the Visayas during the day of the typhoon and it lasted on the next day. Other areas, mostly those affected are still experiencing power outage.
Power interruption has been present since November 7, 2013 in the following provinces and municipalities in Region IV-A, IV-B, V, VII, VIII, and X:
Thankfully, power in Sibulan, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental and Siquijor had their power restored the very next day.
The Province of Camiguin of Region X on the other hand had their electricity restored by November 9, 2013 8:30 AM.
In Region IV-A, electricity was restored in the following areas:
The following areas have experienced difficulty in communications:
The total cost of assistance to the families in Region IV-B, V, VI, VII, X, and XI affected by typhoon Yolanda is currently Php 9,648,554 from DSWD and Php 987,700 from local government units.
In Region IV-B and XIII, the cost of damage is now Php 7,215,831.75, Php 4,880,000 of which refers to infrastructure while Php 2,335,831.75 refers to agriculture.
SOURCE: Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines