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Duration 2022/09/27 Tropical Cyclone IAN made landfall on the morning of 27 September in Pinar del Rio Province, western Cuba, with maximum sustained winds of 205 km/h (Cat 3. Hurricane). According to UN OCHA, more than 3 Million people have been affected as damage to infrastructure, and housing has been reported in the Provinces of Pinar del Rio, Artemisa and Havana. About 2.7 Million people experienced power outages. Country or District Cuba Name Tropical Cyclone
Headline(Source, Date) Personal Injury Material Damage Others
- OCHA, UNCT Cuba 2022/10/12
Plan of Action United Nations System in Cuba: Hurricane Ian Response, September 2022
- UNCT Cuba 2022/09/30
So far, in just three municipalities of Pinar del Río, some 30,000 houses have been damaged. The death toll has risen to three following Ian’s passage.
- PAHO 2022/09/29
A media report indicated 2 deaths occurred in Pinar del Río, Cuba.
- ECHO 2022/09/27
Cuba, United States, Hurricane IAN - DG ECHO Daily Map, 27/09/2022
- UNCT Cuba 2022/09/28
It is estimated that more than 3 million people have been affected. Of these, 500,000 are children and adolescents, and 700,000 are elderly people.
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