March 14th, local time, the Philippine Volcano Seismological Institute released a message that Mount Taar in the Philippines has had 74 earthquakes in the past 24 hours, accompanied by a weak vapor discharge, which reached an altitude of 10 meters.
According to the Philippine Volcano Seismological Institute, the warning level of Mount Taar is still maintained at level 2.
This shows that Mount Taar is still in an unstable state, and steam eruptions, volcanic earthquakes and other phenomena may occur. The Institute still prohibits all personnel from entering the island of Mount Taal and the nearby permanent danger area.
The Institute recommended that the local government take preventive measures against villages and towns near Lake Taal and evacuate some personnel.
Since February 13, Mount Taar has begun to show signs of instability. On March 9, the Philippine Volcanic Seismological Research Institute raised the warning level of Mount Taal from level 1 to level 2. The volcano warning level in the Philippines is divided into five levels, of which two indicate “moderate instability”.
Mount Taar, located about 100 km south of Manila, the capital of the Philippines, was erupting violently on January 12, 2020. General Station Reporter Huang Zhengzheng)