I. Situation Overview
On 06 September 2021at around 2:00 AM, the center of Tropical Depression “JOLINA” was estimated based on all available data at 310 km East Southeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar (10.1°N, 128.4°E) with maximum sustained winds of 45 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 55 km/h. On the same day, “JOLINA” intensified into a Typhoon and made its first landfall in Hernani, Eastern Samar at around 10:00 PM. On 07 September 2021, it made another landfall in Daram, Samar at 2:00 AM, third in Santo Niño, Samar at 3:40 AM, fourth in Almagro, Samar at 6:30 AM, fifth in Tagapul-an, Samar at 7:50 AM and sixth in Dimasalang, Masbate at 10:00 AM. On 08 September 2021, as “JOLINA” weakened into Severe Tropical Storm, it made its seventh landfall in Torrijos, Marinduque at 12:50 AM, eight in San Juan, Batangas, and finally, it made its ninth landfall in Mariveles, Bataan as Tropical Storm. “JOLINA” left the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) and re-intensified into a Severe Tropical Storm over the West Philippine Sea on 09 September 2021.
Source: DOST-PAGASA Tropical Cyclone Bulletin
II. Status of Affected Areas and Population
A total of 68,988 families or 268,817 persons were affected by Typhoon “Jolina” in 1,228 Barangays in Regions NCR, III, CALABARZON, MIMAROPA, V, VI, and VIII (see Table 1).
III. Status of Displaced Population
a. Inside Evacuation Centers
There are 2,906 families or 11,006 persons currently taking temporary shelter in 189 evacuation centers in Regions NCR, CALABARZON, VI and VIII (see Table 2).
b. Outside Evacuation Centers
There are 4,556 families or 18,941 persons temporarily staying with their relatives and/or friends in Regions CALABARZON and VI (see Table 3).
c. Total Displaced Population
There are 7,462 families or 29,947 persons temporarily staying either in evacuation centers or with their relatives and/or friends in Regions NCR, CALABARZON, VI, and VIII (see Table 4).