MANY EVACUEES 

  • Marikina, 26510

 A LOT OF EVACUEES 

  • Quezon City, 11621
  • Caloocan, 10969

 SOME EVACUEES 

  • Pasig, 5073
  • Valenzuela, 3183
  • Manila, 3074
  • Malabon, 1874

 FEW EVACUEES 

  • San Juan, 870
  • Mandaluyong, 770
  • Taguig, 283
  • Pasay, 105
  • Makati, 42

 NO EVACUEES RECORDED 

  • Las Pinas, 0
  • Muntinlupa, 0
  • Paranaque, 0
  • Navotas, No Data           

Diocese of Novaliches - 5,910 families (2/F Chancery Building, Diocese of Novaliches, Regalado Ave., Fairview, QC c/o Ira)

Diocese of Cubao - 100 families

Sto. Domingo Church - 581 families

Diocese of Antipolo - Montalban - 385 families

Diocese of Antipolo - Banaba Elementary School - 800 individuals

Immediate Needs: food, water, blanket, hygiene kits, clothes

 

Quiapo Parish sent relief assistance (1) to the Holy Rosary Parish in Rosario, Cavite—relief was given in coordination with Fr. Gilbert Urubio (Parish Priest)—(2) to Payatas and also (3) to San Agustin Church for Baseco evacuees in coordination with their Social Services staff. The relief packing was already started last July 15, 2014 Tuesday, the evening before the typhoon hit Manila.

Brief General History of Ebola

In 1976, Ebola (named after the Ebola River in Zaire) first emerged in Sudan and Zaire. The first outbreak of Ebola (Ebola-Sudan) infected over 284 people, with a mortality rate of 53%. A few months later, the second Ebola virus emerged from Yambuku, Zaire, Ebola-Zaire (EBOZ). EBOZ, with the highest mortality rate of any of the Ebola viruses (88%), infected 318 people.

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