November 26, 2022

(Eagle News) – The number of reported deaths from “Paeng” has risen to 150.

According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, 94 of the 150 reported were confirmed.

Of the deaths, 63 were reported from Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, 33 from Calabarzon and 29 from Western Visayas.

Damage to infrastructure amounted to 2.833 billion pesos.

“Paeng” has left 2.4 billion pesos in damage to agriculture, according to NDRRMC.

The Bicol region was hardest hit, with damage estimated at nearly 860 million pesetas.

It was followed by Calabarzon with damage worth 604 million pesetas, Central Luzon with over 443 million pesetas and Western Visayas with damage worth 376 million pesetas.

“Paeng” left the Philippine area of ​​responsibility on October 31.