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Help map status of power, roads, bridges in Yolanda-hit areas

Christmas, for sure, will lack the traditional revelry in the towns and cities devastated, if not wiped out, by the typhoon.

Yolanda struck the Philippines on Friday, November 8, killing thousands and displacing hundreds of thousands more in Visayas provinces.

Yolanda flattened homes and buildings, toppled power and communication lines and destroyed roads and bridges.

On Saturday afternoon, November 9, Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas said it is already possible to travel by land from Metro Manila to Tacloban City, which took the worst blow from the typhoon.

The route involves travelling first to Sorsogon, taking a roll on/roll off (RoRo) ferry to Samar, and from there traveling to Tacloban by land via the San Juanico Bridge.

The NDRRMC reported that as of November 13, all CAAP-controlled airports are already operational. It clarified, however that, to date, operations in Tacloban airport are still limited.

The NDRRMC also reported that as of 6 pm of November 13, all roads and bridges previously affected by Yolanda are already passable.

Opening up the various transport routes and restoring power are crucial to facilitate and speed up the flow of aid to affected provinces.

If you are living in or have been to these provinces after the storm struck, help us keep track of power restoration and road and bridge repairs through the map above.

 

How to make a direct report on the map:

 

Visit rappler.com/typhoon-yolanda for the latest updates on Typhoon Yolanda.

 

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