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Duration2021/09/23 Disaster authorities in Thailand report dozens of provinces in the northern and central regions have been affected by flooding after heavy rain over recent days brought by Tropical Storm Dianmu since 23 September 2021.Some of the affected areas had already seen flooding this month after a period of heavy rain from 16 September brought by the Southwest Monsoon.
Country or DistrictThailand

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  • ECHO 2021/10/06
    The Thailand DDPM reports on 6 October 2021, that nine people died, while more than 298,900 people have been affected across 32 Provinces.
  • UNOCHA 2021/10/05
    According to the DDPM, 271,100 households in 32 provinces have been affected and eight people have died since 23 September.
  • ECHO 2021/10/01
    According to DDPM, seven people have died, one is still missing and more than 229,000 have been affected.
  • ECHO 2021/09/28
    According to DDPM, the most hit areas include the Provinces of Lop Buri (central Thailand) and Phetchabun (north-central Thailand) where six people have died and two others are missing. Up to 71,093 households have been affected by flooding across the 30 Provinces.
  • Floodlist 2021/09/27
    Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department (DDPM) of Thailand reported flooding has affected 58,977 households across 27 provinces.
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