Thu. Dec 3rd, 2020
Establishments & vehicles submerged in water and mud in Barangay Busay in Daraga town, Albay after super typhoon rolly hit the province. PHOTO BY GEORGE GIO BRODIAL

The death toll due to Super Typhoon Rolly has risen to 20, data from the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council said Wednesday.

According to the latest report from the NDRRMC, the number of those injured also climbed to 74.

A total of 3 persons remain missing.

The NDRRMC said those casualties came from CALABARZON, MIMAROPA and Bicol region.

A total of 532,794 families or 2,083,222 individuals have been affected by the super typhoon in Regions II, III, CALABARZON, MIMAROPA, Bicol and Metro Manila.

Some 142,475 families or 517,172 people are still in evacuation centers.

The NDRRMC also reported that there are 0 roads and six bridges that can’t still be used. They are located in Regions II, III, CALABARZON, Bicol and Cordillera Administrative Region.

A total of 151 cities and municipalities remained in the dark or without power. They came mostly from Region V, VIII, CALABARZON and MIMAROPA.

The total amount for destruction was pegged at P4,794,974,885 worth of damages to infrastructure in Region V alone.Damage to agriculture reached P1,998,663,877 particularly on crops, livestock, fisheries, and agricultural facilities. SOVEREIGNPH

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