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Philippines: DSWD DROMIC Report #9 on Tropical Storm “Dante” as of 9 June 2021, 6PM

Country: Philippines Source: Government of the Philippines Please refer to the attached file. Situation Overview On 30 May 2021 at around 3:00 PM, the center of Tropical Depression Dante was estimated based on all available data at 835 km East of Mindanao (6.4 N, 132.7 E). On the same date, Dante intensified into a Tropical Storm while moving northwestward over the Philippine sea. On 01 June 2021 at around 8:30 PM, Dante made its first landfall in Sulat, Eastern Samar. On 02 June 2021, it made another landfall in Cataingan, Masbate at 1:00 AM, third in Balud, Masbate at 3:30 AM, fourth landfall over Romblon, Romblon, fifth landfall over San Agustin, Romblon at 8:50 AM, sixth landfall over Pola, Oriental Mindoro at 2:00 PM, seventh landfall in Tingloy, Batangas at 7:20 PM and lastly, Dante made its eighth landfall in Calatagan, Batangas at 8:00 PM. On 04 June 2021, Tropical Storm Dante left Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) and decelerated while moving north northeastward towards southern Taiwan. However, on the same day, Tropical Storm Dante re-entered PAR as it weakened into Tropical Depression. On 05 June 2021, Dante left the PAR. Source: DOST-PAGASA Severe Weather Bulletin I. Status of Affected Families / Persons A total of 30,353 families or 126,554 persons were affected in 502 barangays in Regions III, CALABARZON, MIMAROPA, V, VI, VII, VIII, XI, XII and Caraga (see Table 1). II. Status of Displaced Families / Persons a. Inside Evacuation Centers There are 173 families or 620 persons currently taking temporary shelter in five (5) evacuation centers in Regions VI (see Table 2). b. Outside Evacuation Centers There are 21 families or 105 persons temporarily staying with their relatives and/or friends in Regions XII (see Table 3)


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