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PREPAREDNESS MEASURES AND EFFECTS OF CYCLONE USMAN

31 December 2018

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A tropical storm has left at least 68 people dead and 128,982 affected in floods and landslides triggered by the weather disturbance over the weekend in the Philippines. The death toll due to the storm, locally called Usman, is still being verified, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).

Click here for the situation report prepared by NDRRMC on preparedness measures and detail effects of the cyclone. 

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