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MANILA, Philippines – Typhoon Egay (Doksuri) exited the Philippine Area of Responsibility on Thursday morning, July 27, but left a trail of destruction in several regions in the Philippines.
On Tuesday, July 25, Egay intensified into a super typhoon, but was downgraded back to a typhoon on the same day. It also enhanced the southwest monsoon or habagat.
At least 654,837 families were affected by the typhoon and southwest monsoon rain, according to a National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council report on Monday, July 31. At least 20 people died, 52 were injured, and 20 others were reported missing.
This prompted local authorities to declare a state of calamity in their respective areas.
Rappler updates this list as more advisories come in.
Typhoon Egay is the fifth tropical cyclone to hit the country in 2023.