Map 1. GIS map showing number of deaths per municipality due to Typhoon Yolanda.
Map 2. GIS map showing the percentage of deaths per city or municipality relative to its population based on the 2010 NSO census.
Map 3. GIS map showing the number of reported injuries per city or municipality: Palo (5,877), Ormoc City (3,984), Guiuan (3,626), Giporlos (2,004), Marabut (2,058), Dagami (1,407), and Dulag (1,240).
Map 4. GIS map showing the number of partially damaged houses per city or municipality: Tacloban City (46,553), Ormoc City (26,549), Cadiz City (18,574), Baybay City (15,666), Bogo City (10,496), Sagay City (9,758), Abuyog (9,006), Passi City (8,285), Roxas City (8,056), and Kalibo (7,242).
Map 5. GIS map showing the number of totally damaged houses per city or municipality: Bogo City (15,824), Daanbantayan (15,660), Palo (15,481), Ormoc City (14,132), Roxas City (13,590), Bantayan (12,333), Tacloban City (12,270), Kananga (11,695), Burauen (10,800) and Guiuan (10,008).
Map 6. GIS map showing the total number of damaged houses (partially and totally): Tacloban City (58,823), Ormoc City (40,681), Bogo City (26,230), Cadiz City (24,210), Baybay (21,881), Roxas City (21,464), Bantayan (18,706), Daanbantayan (16,282), Palo (15,481), and Passi City (15,471).
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National Statistics Office 2010 Census of Population and Housing
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