In Vietnam, at least 16 people have died in landslides caused by the hurricane.
In addition, authorities say more than 50 people are missing.
Typhoon Molave, which struck the ground in Southeast Asia, caused two separate landslides in Quang Nam province on Wednesday.
According to state media, the bodies of 16 people had already been found in the middle of the mud by Thursday.
The search for more than 20 missing fishermen also continued on Thursday.
Two fishing vessels are said to have disappeared before the storm landed.
At least 375,000 people were evacuated from the harsh airway and hundreds of flights were canceled.
Molave is already the fourth hurricane to ravage Vietnam this month.