Abdul Jalil told the correspondent of "Sputnik", the latest statistics for today [Monday] until five o'clock, were 3283 cases of those who tested dead and were already buried."The minister pointed out that these numbers are not final and do not reflect the real number, as there are many missing as well as rescue operations are still underway.The minister also denied the existence of any epidemic risk in the affected areas.And about granting rescue teams preventive vaccinations, the minister said: "We did not notice any injuries among the rescue teams, however, we decided as a precaution to provide vaccinations to three categories, including rescue teams, workers in health facilities and children."It is noteworthy that on the tenth of September, a devastating cyclone swept through several areas of eastern Libya, most notably the cities of Derna, Benghazi, Al-Bayda, Al-Marj and Sousse, leaving great destruction and resulting in thousands of deaths, injuries and missing persons.