TAAL VOLCANO ERUPTION

Fish From Taal Lake And Batangas Are Unsafe To Eat, Says DOH

The eruption has been said to cause extensive fish kill in the lake.
The Department of Health (DOH) advises the public to avoid consuming fish from Taal Lake and Batangas in light of the recent eruption of Taal Volcano.Philstar reports that in a press briefing on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, DOH Assistant Secretary Maria Francia Laxamana said, “Meron tayong mga advisory na lahat ng nanggagaling diyan ...

Coffee Farms Most Affected by Taal Eruption, Says Report

Fisheries have been affected, too.
Farmers are dealt a harsh blow as a bulletin from the Department of Agriculture - Disaster Risk and Reduction Management (DRRM) Operations Center revealed that the Taal Volcano eruption has hit Batangas coffee producers the hardest."DA RFO IV-A has reported initial damages and losses for ...

Shop Food + Relief Items On The Landers Website And They'll Deliver To Taal Evacuees

Every bit of help counts.
Nearly 25,000 residents in the provinces of Batangas, Cavite, and nearby areas affected by the Taal Volcano’s phreatic explosion have been evacuated. According to a report by NPR, the area immediately around Taal has been designated a "permanent danger zone."If you want ...

Here's How To Keep Your Food And Water Safe From Ashfall

Stay safe, everyone!
Taal Volcano had a phreatic explosion at around 1 p.m. on January 12, Sunday. The steam-driven explosion spewed ash from the volcano, affecting areas in Calabarazon (Southern Tagalog region including Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon), with ashfall reaching Metro Manila. The ...
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