Via the Official Gazette: Status of relief and rehabilitation for typhoon Yolanda as of November 20, 2013 (12:00 p.m.). Excerpt:
There are 1,526 evacuation centers providing temporary shelter to 85,652 families or 398,377 persons in Regions IVA and B, VI, VII, and VIII. Other displaced families or persons (844,241 families or 4.00 million persons) opted to stay with their friends and families.
As part of the total assets deployed in affected areas, 1,376 personnel were deployed for medical operations, comprising 90 local and foreign medical teams.
DOH provided Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) services through the water treatment units in San Remigio and Bogo (Cebu), Ormoc and Tacloban (Leyte), and Basey (Western Samar). Other WASH logistics were also provided such as 5,500 water containers, 12,108 water kits, about 15,000 hygiene kits, and 77 portalets in Leyte.
Other health interventions include the following: provision of 11,000 cadaver bags, essential medicines, 50 tents, 60 oxygen tanks,5 mobile clinics, 1 health promotion bus, vaccines/anti-venom (e.g., 3,750 vials of anti-tetanus toxoid vaccines, 50 anti-venom, 1,020 anti-rabies vaccines) and vaccines for children (i.e., 1,000 vials of measles vaccines and 1,000 vials of Diphtheria-Hepatitis B-Influenza vaccines).