Aid gushing for folk fleeing restive Taal Volcano

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Offers of material help as well as prayers for safety have been extended to people of Batangas province adversely affected by the ongoing eruption of Taal Volcano.Vice President Leni Robredo on Tuesday distributed disaster kits and packs of relief goods to eruption-weary evacuees staying at a covered court in Santa Teresita town.

Help is also coming from local governments, private groups and a Chinese Coast Guard contingent.

The local governments of Olongapo City, Baguio City and Bulacan province have joined Pampanga province in gathering donations for thousands of evacuees.

As Metro Manila and other areas ran out of masks for protection against volcanic ash, the Chinese Coa…

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