18,735 people have been evacuated to 199 relief centres in Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, and Selangor states that have been heavily affected by floods. The National Disaster Control Centre of the National Disaster Management Agency stated that as of midnight yesterday, Kelantan had 11216 evacuees from 3,444 families, which is the highest number of evacuees. They are being sheltered in 72 centres across six districts.
Terengganu comes in second, with 6,724 evacuees from 1781 families. Pahang has 791 evacuees from 187 families, while Selangor has four people from one family who are seeking shelter in Kuala Langat.
The Department of Irrigation and Drainage had also reported that the Sungai Kelantan, Machang; the Sungai Golok, Pasir Mas; the Sungai Kelantan, Gua Musang; and the Sungai Kelantan, Kuala Kesai, have surpassed the danger point.
The other rivers that have been reported to have crossed their danger levels are Sungai Kuantan, Kuantan in Pahang, as well as Sungai Terengganu, Hulu Terengganu; Sungai Kemaman, Kemaman; Sungai Setiu and Sungai Terengganu in Setiu; Sungai Terrengganu, Kuala Terengganu; and Sungai Dungun, Dungun in Terengganu.