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REGIONAL TRAVEL ADVISORY December 5, 2019

REGIONAL TRAVEL ADVISORY

In line with the suspension of work in government and private institutions due to the continuous rain and flooding in some parts of Tuguegarao City, the public is hereby informed that the Department of Tourism, Regional Office is closed today, 5 December 2019.

 

The effect of Typhoon Tisoy (Kammuri) and the gusty conditions associated with the Northeast Monsoon is now experienced in northern portions of Northern Luzon, especially in the coastal and mountainous areas.

 

Cagayan is experiencing cloudy skies, light to moderate and heavy rains. Isabela is experiencing the same weather conditions while Nueva Vizcaya and Quirino are experiencing intermittent light to moderate rains.

 

The rest of the region is now in Yellow Rainfall warning. The rains continuously threaten to denude the region as the Cagayan River keep on rising.

 

Visitors are advised to postpone travels in the Region.

 

The public is enjoined to monitor instructions and advisories of local government units and reputable media organizations on present situations in areas affected. Everyone needing assistance should have this numbers handy:

 

911 – National Emergencies Number (operator manned)

117 – Philippine National Police Contact Numbers (operator manned)

Rescue – Batanes PDRRMO – 09999976125

Rescue 29 – Cagayan PDRRMO –09753243829

Rescue 831 – Isabela PDRRMO – 09158193187

NVSARU – Nueva Vizcaya PDRRMO – 09175079950

Rescue 910 – Quirino PDRRMO -0977-803-0737/09159335993

Rescue 1111 – Tuguegarao City CDRRMO – 09066229924

Rescue 922– Cauayan City CDRRMO– 09279921515/09997275090

Rescue 1124– Ilagan City CDRRMO – 09152341124/09198443346

Rescue 1021–Santiago City CDRRMO – 09055586669/09981892545

 

FANIBETH T. DOMINGO, EnP.
Officer In-Charge/Chief Tourism Operations Officer

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