Globe readies network, disaster response protocol as Mayon and Taal exhibit heightened volcanic unrest
With the heightened unrest of Mayon and Taal, two of the country’s most active volcanoes, Globe has readied its teams and network to provide essential communication resources to communities that may be affected.
All these are complemented by Globe’s free data access to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) and the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) websites, so as to keep everyone updated with verified information on the volcanoes’ recent activity.
Meanwhile, at Taal Volcano, authorities have reported voluminous steam-rich plumes rising to 3,000 meters above the island. Although its alert level remains at 1, there has been a marked increase in sulfur dioxide emissions, and residents near Taal Lake are encouraged to stay updated and vigilant.
As developments continue to unfold, Globe remains steadfast in its commitment to support affected communities and collaborate with government agencies. The company pledges to continue disseminating critical updates and advisories to ensure the public is informed and safe.
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