Chiba: Impact of 33 municipalities that continue to be affected
It turned out that most of the 33 municipalities in Chiba Prefecture, which continue to be severely affected by the power outage and water outage due to Typhoon No.15, still do not have a complete picture of the damage to their houses. Voices complaining about the shortage of supplies are conspicuous, and the reconstruction of the lives of those affected by the disaster continues to be unpredictable.
NHK interviewed 33 municipalities in Chiba Prefecture, where damage and impact were significant, such as a blackout that continued on the 13th.
Regarding the damage to houses and other buildings, all municipalities except Chiba City responded that they could not grasp the full picture, and Chiba City could increase further from the damages that have been confirmed so far.
Regarding power outages, many people were concerned about the prolonged period of time, but most local governments do not understand even if they ask for a particularly severely affected area. I can tell you that you are having trouble.
As for the shortage of goods, more than half of 17 municipalities raised blue sheets covering broken houses, and Tateyama City, Sodegaura City, Futtsu City, and Yokoshiba Mitsumachi responded that they were food items such as retort.
Local governments who answered that volunteers are not ready to accept because they do not know the full extent of the damage are conspicuous, and the reconstruction of the lives of those affected by the disaster continues to be unpredictable.