The new alert level was due to the downward trend of the volcano’s activity.
State volcanologists from the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) have lowered Taal Volcano's alert to Level 3 on January 26 after two weeks of monitoring it for a possible eruption. This comes after the volcano had its strongest ash
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It has been more than a week since the Taal Volcano first erupted on Sunday, January 12. Alert Level 4 is still raised over the area, while the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology has advised everyone within a 14-kilometer radius
"We hope this aid will contribute to the stabilization of the victims' lives."
South Korea has pledged $200,000 in humanitarian aid for the victims of Taal Volcano's eruption. On January 16, the Korean embassy in the Philippines shared on its Facebook page the news of the pledge."Through the swift provision of
Binan City made the announcement after cleanup operations generated sacks of ash.
With cleanup operations after the Taal Volcano eruption generating sacks of collected ash, Biñan City has announced that they will turn the ash into bricks and donate to victims who lost their homes, according to ABS-CBN News.Biñan Mayor
Wondering where to go this Labor Day weekend? Go on a road trip to Taal Lake and stay in this picturesque residential resort.
Itching to get out of the city and explore the great outdoors this weekend (which can actually be a four-day weekend if you took a leave on April 30)? You don't have to venture far. Beside Taal Lake in Talisay,
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