Residents of the island of Phu Quoc, Kien Giang province pearls, suffer from a lack of drinking water due to the extremely high sea levels and erosion.
Numerous rock falls on the coast caused the mass migration of people to safer areas. Many people prefer to stay in their homes, but the population of remote villages experiencing irregular supply of products, as large sections of roads were buried under the rubble of the breed.
Island authorities have refused to give the exact number of landslides that have occurred over the past few weeks, but the provincial government hopes that after the end of the rainy season, which lasts from May to October, will be able to evacuate local residents.
Source: Vietnam Times