Over 800 people have died in a week due to floods in Pakistan resulting from record-breaking rainfall—and more are missing, according to Pakistani government officials. The northwest province of the nation bore the brunt of the deluges. On Saturday, the United Nations announced that one million people have been affected by the disaster, but offered no details. The rains destroyed thousands of homes and 45 bridges across the country. Rescuers are scrambling to reach trapped victims in remote areas, and those who have been evacuated have been afflicted with waterborne diseases. "Due to the floodwater, they now have pain in their bodies and they are suffering from fever and cough," said a doctor treating some of the victims.