The Federal and the RS meteorological Institutes report that the weather conditions will be getting better and that temperatures will be rising;
Federal and Republic of Srpska Hydrological Report indicates that water levels are in most locations going down.
UNICEF is continuing to collect data on WASH from its partners and the field.
In most locations water systems have been re-established, water is still not potable in many areas;
Epidemiological situation is stable and no outbreaks have been reported in flood-stricken areas.
Doboj, Maglaj, Olovo, Una-Sana Canton and Posavina regions at the basin of Bosna, Krivaja and Usora rivers have been identified as mine and UXOs suspected areas;
Number of persons accommodated in temporary accommodation facilities 1531. Number of temporary accommodation facilities reported to be 55.
Most affected areas
Federation: Sarajevo Canton (most affected municipalities: Novi Grad, Ilidza, Vogosca), Zenica-Doboj Canton (most affected municipalities: Tesanj, Zepce, Maglaj, Doboj Jug, Zavidovići i Olovo), Tuzla canton (13 municipalities of which the most affected are: Srebrenik, Tuzla, Lukavac, Gračanica, Sapna and Doboj Istok), Central Bosnia Canton (Travnik and Vitez surrounding areas), Posavina Canton (most affected municipalities: Orašje, Domaljevac, Odžak).
RS: The most affected municipalities are Banja Luka, Kotor Varos Laktasi, Ribnik, Kostajnica, Prijedor, Jezero, Novi Grad; Bijeljina, Bratunac, Vlasenica, Zvornik, Lopare, Milići, Osmaci, Ugljevik, Srebrenica, Sekovići; Doboj, Modrica, Samac, Brod, Donji Zabar, Vukosavlje, Petrovo, Srbac. More municipalities have been affected but were not covered by the reporting institution.
(Source: OKC BiH 112 Report, 8 June 2014)