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MANILA - The Philippine Red Cross has put its disaster response teams in place for rapid deployment and export-ready shares, as needed. First, the storm is expected to make land access from the beginning of the Philippines' season of the rainy season this year, Hurricane Rammasun (external name Glenda) is now from east to country full of continuous winds of 120 k near its center and wind winds until 150 k. It is expected to begin to beat the Albay-Sorsogon area in the area of ​​Bicol district in the east Luzon evening on Tuesday, 15 July, and it maintains its way to the northern Philippines before leaving the northwestern corner of Zambales. Unfortunately, Rammasun is expected to create a lot of rain and destructive winds, causing floods and floods in the mountainous areas, floods in the lowlands, and storms may come out on the coast.

The Philippine Red Cross (PRC) has been very cautious because the storm was coming near the Philippines. The national community remains a deep connection with the national disaster management authorities both in the capital and chapter articles, especially in Bicol, MIMAROPA1, CALABARZON and Central Luzon. In the capital workplace, the PRC maintains a 24/7 storm monitoring, keeping chapters can be affected by staying up to date with the latest information available. Assistant equipment, equipment, and staff should be used for a response as soon as necessary, already available. 143 Red Cross Volunteers are also cautious, while the PRC volunteer volunteers across the country putting forward the shipment should need more help in areas that may be affected.
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