As of right moment, it is known that almost 16,000 people perished as a result of Monday’s earthquakes in southern Turkey and northern Syria.
The World Health Organization is concerned that many survivors may still perish without access to shelter, water, fuel, or electricity.
According to the report, there is a chance that a subsequent calamity will occur and harm more people than the initial earthquake did.
Rescuers are continuing their arduous efforts, but the prospects for the numerous people still buried beneath the rubble are dimming.
Later, an appeal will be launched by dozens of British charities to raise money for those affected.
Turkey claims it plans to create two more border crossings into Syria so that urgently needed goods can be delivered there.