People in the typhoon-ravaged city of Tacloban in the Philippines are still waiting for aid relief from anyone. Speaking to the BBC, resident Jose Agrinalde made a plea to the rest of the world:
"We need massive international aid relief here now. The situation is so desperate we need aid, now."
Basic needs like food, clean water, and shelter are still hard to come by, and, if not addressed soon, this natural health disaster could evolve into a public health threat.
For a look at the health risks that could arise, we're joined by Jesse Bliss, director and disaster response coordinator for Loma Linda University's Center for Public Health Preparedness.