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After Typhoon Lekima (50)

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Birdview of Shanzao village after Typhoon Lekima in Shanzao village, Yantan town, Yongjia county, Wenzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 13 August 2019. Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, causes house collapse in Shanzao village, Yantan town, Yongjia county, Wenzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 13 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Birdview of Shanzao village after Typhoon Lekima in Shanzao village, Yantan town, Yongjia county, Wenzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 13 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Birdview of Shanzao village after Typhoon Lekima in Shanzao village, Yantan town, Yongjia county, Wenzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 13 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers put their clothes, sheets, and quilts under the sun after floodwater due to heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Shanzao village, Yantan town, Yongjia county, Wenzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers put their clothes, sheets, and quilts under the sun after floodwater due to heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers put their clothes, sheets, and quilts under the sun after floodwater due to heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers put their clothes, sheets, and quilts under the sun after floodwater due to heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers put their clothes, sheets, and quilts under the sun after floodwater due to heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers put their clothes, sheets, and quilts under the sun after floodwater due to heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers put their clothes, sheets, and quilts under the sun after floodwater due to heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Shanzao village, Yantan town, Yongjia county, Wenzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers put their clothes, sheets, and quilts under the sun after floodwater due to heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers put their clothes, sheets, and quilts under the sun after floodwater due to heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Shanzao village, Yantan town, Yongjia county, Wenzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese villagers pump water from the vegetable greenhouses submerged by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in a village of Jitai town, Shouguang city, Weifang city, east China's Shandong province, 12 August 2019. The city of Shouguang, China's major vegetable production base, suffered from the largest rainfall since the meteorological record started in 1959. Floodwater inundated 18,000 vegetable greenhouses in Shouguang and damaged 8,667 hectares of crops. Some 93,000 people from riverside villages were evacuated. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers reconstruct a road devastated by floodwater after heavy rainstorm caused by the Typhoon Lekima, the 9th typhoon of the year, in Xiachenzhu village, Xianju county, Taizhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 12 August 2019. China allocated 300 million yuan (42.73 million U.S. dollars) of central fiscal funds Monday to help with rescue and relief work in three provinces affected by Typhoon Lekima. A total of 150 million yuan was allocated to eastern China's Zhejiang Province, following a 30-million-yuan relief fund previously given to the province, where Typhoon Lekima made landfall on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM). By Monday morning, the death toll in Zhejiang Province had risen to 39 while nine others remained missing. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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This photo taken on August 12, 2019 shows rescuers working in the aftermath of Typhoon Lekima in Linan in China's eastern Zhejiang province. - The death toll from Typhoon Lekima rose to 49 on August 13 and 21 were still missing after the monster storm wreaked havoc on China's eastern coast, causing huge damage with strong gales and torrential rain. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on August 12, 2019 shows rescuers working in the aftermath of Typhoon Lekima in Linan in China's eastern Zhejiang province. - The death toll from Typhoon Lekima rose to 49 on August 13 and 21 were still missing after the monster storm wreaked havoc on China's eastern coast, causing huge damage with strong gales and torrential rain. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT