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Floods in the southern regions of Thailand

From December 22 to 27, at least 68,940 households were affected during the floods in southern Thailand.

Continuous rains over several days resulted in numerous floods in the provinces of Narathiwat, Yala, Pattani, Satun, and Songkhla.

As of December 26, 4 people have died, and 3 are missing.

Despite the water levels beginning to recede in flooded areas, rescue teams continue to provide assistance to the affected and carry out evacuations.

The Ministry of Public Health has warned of health risks for local residents, including an increased incidence of leptospirosis, athlete's foot, conjunctivitis, and gastrointestinal diseases. Additionally, there are concerns about the presence of poisonous snakes, scorpions, and mosquitoes that could pose a threat to life.

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