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In a statement by the Philippine Department of Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services, the typhoon, which carries winds of up to 195 kilometers per hour, passed tangentially through the Philippines and advanced north.
In the statement, it was said that the typhoon was still at risk of hitting the Cagayan region in the northeast of the country, and it was called for disaster management measures to be taken to protect the safety of life and people. property of citizens.
Taiwan’s Central Meteorological Bureau has also issued a typhoon warning for the south coast of the island. The office also warned sailors that huge waves could form in the Bashi Canal between the Philippines and Taiwan.
The typhoon, which is strengthening and moving north, is expected to hit the Taiwanese coast on Sunday.
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