MANILA – At least 1,602 people remain missing 11 days after super typhoon "Yolanda" (international name "Haiyan") slammed into Central Philippines.
The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said as of Tuesday morning, the death toll from the super typhoon stood at 3,982.
At least 18,266 were injured when strong winds and tsunami-like storm surges hit Tacloban City and other parts of Eastern Visayas.
At least 2.1 million families or 10 million individuals were affected by the typhoon, with about 800,000 families staying in evacuation centers.
The estimated cost damage to both agriculture products and infrastructures now stands at P11,737,153,892.92.
Meanwhile, as of Tuesday, foreign governments have pledged over $271 million to help victims of the super typhoon in the Philippines, the government's Foreign Aid Transparency Hub said.