The death toll in Hurricane Freddy rose to 522

The floods and landslides caused by the hurricane killed 438 people in Malawi, 67 people in Mozambique and 17 people in Madagascar.

The United Nations announced that the disaster affected 500,000 people negatively and 345 thousand people were displaced in Malawi alone.

While those who have lost their homes try to take shelter in makeshift camps, some areas cannot be accessed due to damage to the roads.

Search and rescue efforts for those who were submerged and disappeared are still continuing.

The World Meteorological Organization announced that Freddy, which lasted more than a month, could be the longest lasting hurricane in history.

Malawian President Lazarus Chakwera declared 14 days of mourning for those who lost their lives in Hurricane Freddy.

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