A total of 12,752 families or 62,655 persons were affected by landslides and flooding in the province of Albay and nearby areas caused by moderate to heavy rains since December 29, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council.
Landslides affected 1,118 families (5,414 persons) in 18 barangays in Manito, Sto. Domingo, Malilipot and Bacacay, while flooding affected 11,634 families (57,241 persons) in several barangays in Jovellar, Daraga, Camalig, Malinao, Polangui, Libon and Tiwi.
The tail-end of cold front left three (3) dead. One (1) fisherman, identified as Patricio Adronial Peregrino, is also reported missing as of January 1, 2011.
627.50 hectares of rice and vegetable in their early stage were affected. Damage to agriculture amounted to Php1,359,954.00.
Albay Province is still under a state of calamity.
NDRRMC Update: Situational Report No. 12 re Effects of Continuous Rains (January 4, 2011)
NDRRMC Update: Situational Report No. 7 re Effects of Continuous Rains in Region V (January 2, 2011)