Hadramout Governorate topped the statistical list with sixteen injuries and one death, while Taiz recorded four injuries and one death, followed by Shabwa and Al-Mahra with one injury and one death each.
This brings the total confirmed cases to 1318 cases and 351 deaths, not including the Houthi militia-controlled areas.
In a separate direction, the United Nations warned of a new famine taking place in Yemen, at a time when it had run out of funds sufficient to face the disaster.
Liz Grande, Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen, explained that the economic situation is a cause for concern, after it reached a dangerous stage. Noting that many families may lose their resilience.
Grande added that aid programs, which include sanitation, health care and food, would already be closed due to lack of funds.