Typhoon Pedring (international name Nesat), which struck the Philippines Tuesday morning, has now killed at least 48 people and left 30 others missing.
It has either displaced or directly affected more than 1.3 million people, according to civil defense officials.
The typhoon also damaged properties, including farmlands, amounting to more than P4 billion, according to latest estimates from the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council.
Click, zoom, and scroll through on the interactive Google map to survey the damage left behind by the typhoon.
The darker the red, the more people that the typhoon directly affected.
Data source: NDRRMC as of 6pm, September 30, 2011. Data visualization via Google Fusion Tables.
A quick Many Eyes infographic I made to show which sector in the Philippines will get the most public funds next year.
Social democrats will be pleased, but that large chunk representing debt servicing? Oof.