Central localities promptly overcome Wutip’s aftermath Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai on October 1 toured the central province of QuangBinh to inspect the damage caused by typhoon Wutip in Bo Trach district and Dong Hoi city. Deputy PM Hai asked local authorities to promptly total up the damage, search for the missing people, and support those who have lost family members and houses. He also urged healthcare institutions to quickly recover to ensure emergency aid and treatment for the injured and timely carry out sanitation and cleansing works. The typhoon, the tenth to hit Vietnam this year, made landfall in QuangBinh on the afternoon of September 30, claiming five lives and injuring 140 people. Two in the province are still missing. It also caused VND4.5 trillion (US$210 million) in economic damage. Nearly 350 houses collapsed in the wind, while more than 150,000 others and hundreds of schools and medical stations had their roofs blown off, and over 100 fishing vessels were sunk. The central province of Ha Tinh , another locality severely damaged by Wutip, are also carrying out all necessary measures to help locals. Authorities in the coastal districts of Loc Ha, KyAnh and Thach Ha mobilised local…
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