Typhoon survivors have told ITV News of the desperate measures they have been forced to take to survive.
Medicines are rationed and there are long queues for what little food is available.
And as our correspondent Angus Walker reports from Tacloban, sometimes looting is the only option.
Warning: Angus' report contains images of dead bodies:
The Philippine president said the death toll from Typhoon Haiyan could be lower than initially thought, but that many areas remain cut off.
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