|Country or District||Viet Nam|
|Outline||Tropical Cyclone (TC) DIANMU originated from the South China Sea, tracked west-northwestwards, and made landfall in Quang Ngai, Viet Nam on the evening of 23 September 2021. TC DIANMU weakened into a tropical depression as it moved over Central Viet Nam and Attapeu and Salavan provinces in Southern Lao PDR. It caused flooding, landslides and strong wind in northern and central Viet Nam.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
AHA Centre 2021/09/28
According to reports from the Steering Committees for Disaster Prevention and Control of the localities, as of 25 Sep 2021, TC DIANMU have caused the following: 2,845 families (14,225 persons) affected, 3 people missing, 3 people injured.