Here are the latest casualty figures and damage reports from the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan. All figures are preliminary and based on national and regional government officials and media reports.
Typhoon Haiyan survivors walk through the ruins of their neighborhood in Tacloban, central Philippines on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013. A man named J.R. Apan painted a plea for help in front of his destroyed home the day after the typhoon hit hoping for aid to arrive but says he has not yet received food and water supplies. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)
— National: 2,344 confirmed deaths, with another 3,804 hurt, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council. President Benigno Aquino III told CNN that the death toll could be 2,000 or 2,500, lower than earlier estimates by two officials on the ground that it could hit 10,000.
— Leyte province: Thousands feared dead or missing. Widespread severe damage. Tacloban, its main city with a population of 220,000, lies in ruins. Communications, transport cut in many areas.
— Samar: 400 estimated dead, 2,000 missing.
— Eastern Samar: 211 dead, 45 missing and 174,000 residents affected.
— Cebu: 63 dead.
— Iloilo: 162 dead, according to Gov. Arthur Defensor. He said 68,543 houses were destroyed and 536,584 people have been affected. Aid is reaching the province, but delivery of relief goods to island villages is hampered because 90 percent of motorized boats have been destroyed. Helicopters are delivering food and other goods but cannot fly when the weather is bad.
— Capiz: 44 dead and 1 missing. TV footage showed damage to some houses, but it did not appear extensive.
— Aklan: 10 dead.
— Antique: 7 dead.