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Last Updated: 30th Nov 2022

Is there still damage from Katrina?

Tens of thousands of people remained in their homes, however. More than 1,800 people were killed and hundreds of thousands of homes were damaged. Katrina caused substantial damage to Alabama and Mississippi. The storm caused damage estimated to exceed $100 billion.

Is Hurricane Katrina still in recovery?

New Orleans' rebuilding is still in progress 14 years after Hurricane Katrina struck. While 90 percent of New Orleans's population was back before the storm, and most of the city has been rebuilt extensively, Lower Ninth Ward neighborhoods have not seen the same level of growth after Katrina.

What are the long-term effects of Hurricane Katrina, other than what is mentioned above? After Katrina, evacuees at Austin's Red Cross Shelter, TX, USA were at higher risk for short-term acute stress disorder. However, populations that were displaced or had to witness traumatic events or were displaced were at greater risk for long-term mental health effects including PTSD, anxiety, and depression.

How many people are still missing after Hurricane Katrina?

705 people were reported to be still missing due to Hurricane Katrina.

Which area suffered the most from Hurricane Katrina's destruction?

The massive destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina to the Mississippi Gulf Coast on August 29, 2005 left 238 people dead and 67 others missing. It also caused an estimated $125 billion worth of damages.