Updates on Tsunami in Sunda Strait, Indonesia

As of 24 December, 7:00 Western Indonesian Time, the Indonesian National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) Command Post reported 281 deaths, 1,016 injured, 57 missing and 11,687 people displaced. Physical damage include 611 damaged housing units, 69 damaged hotel-villa units, 60 damaged shops, and 420 damaged vessels.
While the affected areas are slowly showing signs of recovery, with the reopening of restaurants and shops, the streets remain blocked, making it difficult to access the health post and health centers.
MSF has mobilised three teams: one team is currently supporting the Carita Health Center, which is now clean and running; and the second team is supporting the Labuan Health Center. In both centres, MSF is augmenting the health personnel attending to the injured. There is a third team, which is mobile, visiting the various communities to treat injured patients who could not go to the hospitals/health centres. Case management being done by the MSF teams is ongoing, with severe cases being referred to hospitals.