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It is November 22, , two weeks after Yolanda. It was a storm that turned out to be one of the strongest to make landfall in the history of the earth, wreaking havoc on Tacloban and nearby provinces. More than 6, people died because of Yolanda, at least according to the government's official tally.
Lucy's son-in-law and Eduardo's girlfriend would not survive Yolanda, their names penned into the official list of the dead and missing. When we spoke to Lucy that Friday, she didn't know how Eduardo was doing, or if Eduardo was alive at all. We interviewed Lucy, stayed a little longer for small talk after, and said our goodbyes. She wondered if we could find a way to reach Eduardo — and their cellphones were washed away by the storm, and nobody had the resources to visit her son in jail.
I walked away, not really promising anything, but hoping to a higher being out there that Lucy and her family would somehow find a way to reach each other. There are many other stories. In Tanauan, Joseph Lavita and his family are all safe and sound. Their house and business are in ruins, but everyone is alive — a little hungry, but alive.
And there is year-old Cherrylyn Elmansur, now living in a makeshift house in Barangay C. She and her family hopped from one house to another as the storm surge enveloped their barangay. She doesn't know how and why, but they all managed to stay alive. Cherrylyn Elmansur and her family, two weeks after Typhoon Yolanda. I tell them now because days later, so many other stories wait to be told. Journalists immerse themselves in calamities — the Zamboanga siege, the Bohol earthquake, Typhoon Yolanda — because we need to.
Major roads were blocked by trees, and impassable. Some airports were also closed on November 8 and 9. Ferries were affected. Relief and rescue efforts were underway by November 9, but some places remained isolated and out of communication due to severe damage.
This is considered the biggest weight ever moved during a tropical cyclone since record keeping began. Two people died while four others went missing after a car fell off a flooded road into a river near Beihai. Additionally, an estimated 3 million people were affected by the storm throughout Southern China. After several hours of search and rescue, eight were hospitalized while the other eight drowned.
This was considered the largest loss of life from waves in Taiwan in several years. Map of damaged houses by municipality showing track of storm, from the United Nations, as of November 18, An aerial view of Guiuan , the town where the typhoon made its first landfall Destruction in Basey , Samar after the typhoon passed over the town.
By November 11, the provinces of Aklan, Capiz, Cebu, Iloilo, Leyte, Palawan, and Samar were placed under a state of national calamity , allowing the government to use state funds for relief and rehabilitation and to control prices of basic goods.
Local and national agencies deployed a collective 18, personnel, vehicles, 44 seagoing vessels, and 31 aircraft for various operations. Julie Hall noted that while many survivors requiring medical attention in the first week suffer from trauma and fractures, the concern shifts toward chronic conditions as the weeks pass.
The WHO coordinated the massive international response to help the Philippine government meet the acute need for healthcare services in the affected areas. Though aid was flown into local airports, most of it remained there as roads remained closed.
The start of life for any typhoon is a prior unsettling influence on the environment that requires certain air and maritime conditions to form into a tropical storm. We are now commemorating exactly two years after we have experienced the indescribable individual and collective tragedies brought by Haiyan, but we are also celebrating. The Wikipedia article on Haiyan is in its way the most enlightening and comprehensive that is readily available. Unfortunately they are the ones we oftentimes neglect and forget. But forget we must.
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