Typhoon Ambo landed in the Philippines
Based on the report from Accuweather by Maura Kelly and Courtney Sapmer, Typhoon Ambo has made the first of numerous expected landfalls over the eastern Philippines on Thursday. It is referred to as Vongfong by Japan Meteorological Agency. It has been slowly approaching the eastern islands of the Philippines for days. Based on Pagasa’s Tweet the typhoon is now 165 kph and it is moving northwest at 15 kph.
At 4AM today, the eye of Typhoon #AmboPH was located, based on all available data in the vicinity of Claveria, Masbate with maximum sustained winds of 125 kph near the center & gustiness up to 165 kph. It is moving NW at 15 kph. pic.twitter.com/zwtABkhhcA
— PAGASA-DOST (@dost_pagasa) May 14, 2020
Update on COVID-19 in Angeles City
Based on the report of Rappler, Mayor Carmelo Lazatin Jr. urged the government task force to include the city still under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ).
CIP Online English Learning (CIP Online 1) Contingency
CIP Online 1 ensures that the operation will go smoothly despite the upcoming typhoon and limitation of movement due to ECQ.
- CIP Online 1 team will communicate via SMS for any issue that arises that prevents them to do their classes.
- Interim Coordinator will report this to the affected students via email or any SNS and to the respective agencies.
- Affected classes will be required to immediately reschedule. Please check our full Contingency and Substitution Procedure.
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