Natural disasters have killed and lost 386 people in Vietnam since January

Natural disasters involving 14 cyclones, storms, landslides and landslides have killed or lost 386 Vietnamese people so far this year and caused property losses worth 2.6, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development said on Friday. Billion US dollars.

Hurricane Damre alone, the strongest typhoon to hit Vietnam in more than 10 years and subsequent floods in November killed or lost 123 people in the central region, injured hundreds of others and caused losses of nearly 1 billion US dollars.

North and central Vietnam have seen the chill recede as Typhoon Kai-tak approaches the South China Sea, said the State Central Command Committee to Prevent and Control Natural Disasters.