Tropical rains are also causing flooding in the Philippines, forcing the country to shut down hospitals, schools and other facilities.

As of Friday, nearly 7,000 people were still in hospitals with severe flooding.

The floods have also left the country with a severe shortage of drinking water.

More than 6,000 families have lost everything.

As of Thursday, the country was still suffering from one of the worst droughts on record.

The average rainfall in the last 24 hours was just 1.1 inches, according to meteorologist Daniel Sanchez.

That’s the same amount of rain that fell over five years, and it was just the third-largest drought in the world.