MANILA, Philippines — Typhoon Ramon has affected more than 3,000 persons as it barrels towards Babuyan Islands, data from the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council showed. In its latest situational report issued Tuesday morning, the NDRRMC said "Ramon" has affected 3,479 persons or 848 families in the Cagayan Valley and Bicol regions. READ: Babuyan Islands brace for Typhoon Ramon landfall as new tropical depression brewsTwenty evacuation centers are housing 1,059 persons or 290 families affected by the typhoon. Data also showed that there are 25 families or 108 persons being served outside the evacuation centers. The state weather bureau is also monitoring an LPA that may develop into a tropical depression within 24 hours.
Source: Philippine Star November 19, 2019 02:37 UTC