The tragic disaster made by super typhoon Yolanda entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility last November 8, brought a lot of destruction in some part of Visayas including some of the vital infrastructures and agriculture which also lead to power interruptions.
Yolanda’s aftermath will always be remembered by the victims as it leave a terrible mark to the victims.
Recently the NDRRMC estimated that the casualties of super typhoon Yolanda is around 10, 000, but it was wrong.
As the retrieval operation goes on seeking for those person who died because of typhoon, it stuck at 6,069 and it continuously rises as the day passes by.
And this latest update was according to National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), to where the death toll stuck at 6,069 since December 17, Tuesday.
Majority of the fatalities came from Eastern Visayas garnered 5,715 (5,220 in Leyte; 265 in Eastern Samar; 224 in Samar; and 6 in Biliran). at 5,715 (5,220 in Leyte; 265 in Eastern Samar; 224 in Samar; and 6 in Biliran).
While in Tacloban City there are 2,454 bodies have not yet identified .
Meanwhile, the number of missing remains at 1,779: 1,671 in Leyte; 38 in Samar; 24 in Palawan; 20 in Eastern Samar; 15 in Antique; 5 in Cebu; 4 in Iloilo and 1 each in Guimaras and Capiz.