|Country or District||Thailand|
|Outline||Two million people in 30 provinces of Thailand have been affected by floods since 17 September 2013.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
Government of Thailand 2013/10/25
The widespread deluge has damaged over 30,000 homes. 80 people have been killed during the floods.
Government of Thailand 2013/10/17
The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation revealed that 22 provinces nationwide continued to suffer from flooding and nearly 675,000 households remained affected。
Government of Thailand 2013/10/15
Authorities reported that flooding still persists in 21 provinces with most parts of the Northeast prone to impacts from Typhoon Nari. Death toll has risen to 61.
Government of Thailand 2013/10/06
Twenty seven provinces are still hit by floods, affecting more than 2 million people with 31 already killed, said the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department.
Government of Thailand 2013/10/01
The flood has so far affected nearly three million people in the 25 provinces. At least 23 people have been killed.
Government of Thailand 2013/09/29
Over 2 million people nationwide endure flooding.
Government of Thailand 2013/09/26
9 dead so far in recent round of flooding that now covers 27 provinces.
Thailand: Floods (As of 17 October 2013)