The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council will release today a final tally of the deaths caused by supertyphoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan) last November 8.
NDRRMC executive director Eduardo Del Rosario said in a press briefing that they will release the final tally today, adding that the government is not holding the death toll count after it stopped the casualties at 4,011 for no apparent reason.
In the latest death toll count of the NDRRMC, casualties have reached 4,015 with 18,567 injured and 1,602 still missing.
The NDRRMC said that typhoon Yolanda’s wrath has displaced nearly 10 million people.
Meanwhile, Del Rosario also bared in the press briefing that the government will help the affected New People’s Army in areas swept by Yolanda.