No classes again today because of Habagat. Our province is already in state of calamity because of flood. I’m still thankful because despite the nonstop raining, we’re still safe and dry, though some parts of the subdivision have ankle deep flood.
It is hard to cook, wash dishes and use toilet because the water wasn’t draining fast but still no reason to complain because other people are experiencing worst situation.
Basic Disaster Supplies Kit
- Water (one gallon per person a day enough for 3 days).
- Flashlight with extra batteries.
- Fully charged mobile phone
- Food (non-perishable food enough for 3 days)
- Whistle to signal for help
- Can opener
- First aid kit
- Radio (battery operated with extra batteries
- Garbage bags with tape and plastic ties for sanitation.
Official Government Twitter Accounts
PAGASA FLOOD WARNING @PAGASAFFWS
PEOPLE’S TELEVISION @PTVph
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION @DepEd_PH
COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION @phCHED
PHILIPPINE RED CROSS @philredcross
OFFICIAL GAZETTE @govph
MMDA Flood Control – 8820925
NDRRMC 9111406, 9122665
Red Cross – 143, 5278385 to 95
Philippines Coast Guard – 5273877, 5278481