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Valenzuela Donates P6-M Aid To Bicol; Assists Marikina

Valenzuela City donated some PHP6 million worth of financial assistance to some cities and municipalities in the Bicol Region hard-hit by the recent typhoons.

Classes In Marikina Suspended For 1 Month

Due to unstable internet connection and damaged self-learning modules, Marikina Mayor Marcy Teodoro announced the suspension of classes in Marikimina fo one month.

Coast Guard Sends More Rescuers To Cagayan

The Philippine Coast Guard is now in Cagayan to help in the search and rescue operations for trapped families after the onslaught of Typhoon Ulysses.

Angeles To Send Relief Aid To Cagayan, Isabela Typhoon Victims

Angeles City is sending food packs worth P2 million for 4,000 families in Cagayan and Isabela severely affected by Typhoon Ulysses.

Gov’t Expects Spike In Covid-19 Cases; Opens New Isolation Hub

GOOD NEWS: Handa nang maglingkod ang pinakabagong 550-bed quarantine center na matatagpuan sa Calamba, Laguna!

Avoid Some NCR Roads Due To Floods, PNP To Motorists

Here are some roads in Metro Manila that are not passable due to Typhoon #UlyssesPH.

No Classes In All Levels In Manila Nov. 13

#WALANGPASOK: Classes in both private and public schools in all levels in the city of Manila are suspended on Friday, November 13, 2020.

1,411 Families Evacuate In Pagudpud Due To Flooding

At least 1,411 families or 5,462 persons in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte are currently staying in evacuation centers due to typhoon #UlyssesPH

Road Clearing On In Nueva Ecija After ‘Ulysses’ Onslaught

Road clearing operations are in full blast in several towns of this province to remove fallen trees caused by strong winds spawned by Typhoon Ulysses.

Several Roads In CAR Closed Due To Landslide

Heads up, motorists! five roads in three provinces in CAR are closed to traffic as of Wednesday, November 12.

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