The central city of Da Nang has basically cleaned up its main road and residential areas, removing more than 14,000 tonnes of debris and garbage left behind by storm Nari.

According to the municipal People’s Committee’s Office, the supply of water and electricity as well as communications services have resumed as normal.

The Health Department in coordination with local authorities have also completed cleaning the environment and repairing damaged hospitals and clinics.

Students in the city went back schools on October 21.

At a meeting of the municipal People’s Committee on October 21, city leaders asked the Government, and Ministries of Health and Agriculture and Rural Development to provide aids in the form of medicines, plants and animals varieties to help local people overcome quickly the aftermath of the storm, the eleventh hitting Vietnam this year.-VNA