PM calls for caution as heavy downpour continue to be felt across the Kingdom.
China’s national observatory on Thursday renewed the blue alert for rainstorms as incessant downpours continue to wreak havoc in vast stretches of the country.
Over 2,000 houses are damaged by rainstorms during the first four months of 2020.
Two people are injured and more than 3,000 houses are damaged by rainstorms.
Two people were killed by lightning and six others were injured in storms across the country over the past two days, while more than 100 houses have been affected, according to a report by the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology.
Five people were killed and one was injured by lightning in four difference provinces this week.
More than 100 houses are affected by rainstorms in three provinces this week.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency plans to continue working to clean drainage pipes to reduce flooding.
A woman has been killed by lightning as she sat under her house in Koh Kong province’s Botum Sakor district.
Eighty houses were damaged by rainstorms in Banteay Meachey, but no one was killed or injured.