Malacañang posts list of 'Yolanda' casualties

Malacañang's Official Gazette has a list of casualties that is being updated by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).

The list for the deceased, found at http://www.gov.ph/crisis-response/updates-typhoon-yolanda/casualties/deceased, shows the region, the province, the name of the victim and the address.

There are also a list for those injured and a list of those who went missing due to Typhoon Yolanda.

You can access these lists by going to Gov.ph, click on updates on Typhoon Yolanda, then go to updates on casualties.

The Gazette also posted supply routes of its relief operations online.

Relief supplies coming from Bicol to Tacloban may utilize the Matnog RORO-Allen-Catbalogan-San Juanico route, while the Ormoc-Carigara-Palo-Tacloban and Ormoc-Baybay-Abuyog-Dulag-Tolosa-Palo-Tacloban routes are intended supply routes for those coming from Cebu to Ormoc, Leyte.

Meanwhile, there are two routes for aid going to Borongan and Guiuan, Eastern Samar.

Relief operations are now moving at a faster pace after the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to open all national roads in Eastern Visayas, the government reported. DPWH is now set on clearing secondary and city roads in Tacloban City.

Yolanda last week ripped through the Visayas region, leaving at least 3,621 people confirmed dead as of Friday, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).

It is considered the strongest recorded cyclone in the world in 2013.



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