On December 21 local time, the National Commission for Disaster Reduction (NDRRMC) of the Philippines issued a report that Typhoon Krovanh has killed eight people, injured two and one missing another.
In addition, the report also said that “Krowang” affected 36,030 people, of which the provinces of Surigao Surigao Nord, Jindavo and Davao East were the most affected.
88 houses were damaged in the Central Visaya and Karaga regions. Floods and landslides occurred in the Karaga region, Bikol region, etc., causing infrastructure losses amounting to 110.4 million pesos (about $2.5m).
According to the National Meteorological Service of the Philippines, “Crowang” landed in Bagona City, East Davao Province, southern Philippines at about 2 p.m. on December 18, and then crossed Mindanao. It has now entered the South China Sea.
As of 4:00 a.m. on December 21, “Krowang” has entered the South China Sea. Its center is located at 9.6 degrees north latitude and 113.4 degrees east longitude.
Its maximum sustained wind speed is 65 kilometers per hour and the center’s instantaneous wind is 80 kilometers per hour. At present, it is moving southwest at a speed of 20 kilometers per hour. .” Corovan is named “Vicky” in the Philippines.