The International Medical Corps (IMC) said in a report that 84% of hospitals and 88% of primary health centers are nonfunctional or only partially functional in the areas affected by floods in eastern Libya, especially Derna. 

IMC added that the most severely impacted areas include the cities of Derna and Sousa, as well as the nearby towns of Al-Bayda and Al Makhaili. 

"Needs for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services, as well as for healthcare and mental health services, are critical in flood-affected areas in Libya." The report reads. 

It indicated that its teams were currently operating three "EMT Type 1 Fixed" facilities in Derna and Sousa, as well as one mobile unit, which together have provided 2,938 outpatient consultations to date, adding that its counselors and operators had been delivering remote services via the National Helpline, with an average of 177 calls per week.

"All teams have provided health services to 2,938 people (1,706 females, 1,232 males). The morbidities identified include acute and chronic conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, upper and lower respiratory tract infections, diarrhea and genitourinary tract infections. International Medical Corps is closely monitoring the incidence of newly reported cases of diarrhea, tracking the effectiveness of medications for it, and referring severe cases to the branches of the National Center for Disease Control in Libya." IMC added.