PCG ship with relief supplies arrives in Central Visayas – Manila bulletin

A Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) patrol vessel, which was loaded with relief supplies for victims of Typhoon “Odette”, arrived in the central Visayas on Monday, December 20.

In a statement, PCG said BRP Tubbataha (MRRV-4401) contained 270 bags of rice, 37 pieces of tarpaulin, four barrels of gasoline, four solar groups, two generators, and cans of canned food and instant noodles for children. areas affected by the typhoon.

PCG’s BRP Tubbataha (MRRV-4401) containing relief supplies (Photo: PCG)

“Deliver relief supplies to the PCG district of the Central Visayas for the pamamahagi agarang in the prerogative of Bohol ngayong araw (relief supplies were handed over to the central Visayas of the PCG district for immediate distribution to affected families in Bohol today [Dec. 20]) ”, Reads the press release.

According to the PCG report, their staff rescued a total of 1,032 citizens and evacuated around 12,000 people in northeastern Mindanao, northern Mindanao, the Central Visayas, the Western Visayas, the Eastern Visayas and Palawan.

In addition, the PCG responded to 115 maritime incidents, 90 of which occurred in the central Visayas.

The PCG also reported a list of international tourists in good condition on Siargao Island. These tourists come from Switzerland, Australia, United States (US) and France, among others.

International tourists are Lukas Zollinger, Zandra Zollinger from Switzerland; Cormac Omally, Michael Bond and Wayne Lipke from Australia; Jason Perrera, Tomas Parker, Craig Coup and Glen Lewman of the United States; Leandro Fernandez, Camille Robiou Dee Pond, Tamara Tokong, Tiffany Allison, Bahia Redjil and Ambre Renavo from France; Marie Alice Seuren from Belgium; Catarina Pontebida from Denmark; Charlotte Lanny from Singapore; Philip John Jones of Great Britain; Thi Hgi Yen Lee from Vietnam; and Eva Godard (no country mentioned).



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