Typhoon Ulysses: List Of Meralco Areas Affected Due To Strong Typhoon

Meralco releases list of areas affected, due to Typhoon Ulysses, with power interruption.

TYPHOON ULYSSES – Here’s the list of Meralco areas who got affected by Typhoon Ulysses causing indefinite power interruption.

According to, 11 A.M. update from Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), Typhoon Ulysses maintain its strength and it is now over the West Philippine Sea, east of Zambales. With destructive winds and heavy rain it brought to various parts of the country, it caused several damages and one of which is power interruption.

Typhoon Ulysses
Photo lifted from Manila Bulletin

Many people now suffer loss of electricity as the typhoon battered Luzon. Aside from that, landslides and great floods alarmed people including Marikina River overflowing now at 21.9 meters. According to a previous report, the massive power outage 56% of Meralco customers.

As of 10 in the morning, there were 1,030,133 customers in Metro Manila got affected and 682,268 in Bulacan. Other areas affected and the number of customers suffering are the following which gave a sum total of 2,499,884:

  • Cavite – 552,262
  • Rizal – 202,862
  • Laguna – 45,892
  • Pampanga – 10,872
  • Quezon – 5,347
  • Batangas – 248

Check out full list below as of November 12, 10 A.M.:

Meralco spokesman Joe Zaldarriaga said that they are now working to restore power in areas where it is already safe to do so. The restoration cannot be done right away due to flood and prioritize safety concerns.

Majorly affected is Metro Manila and they hope to possibly return power in affected areas by tomorrow. Many residents call for help for aid and rescue as many got stranded due to heavy flooding.

The typhoon has left devastating aftermath to many residents. Typhoon Ulysses or Vamco is the 21st tropical cyclone for 2020 in the Philippines. It greatly hit areas such as Calabarzon, Central Luzon, and Metro Manila and even Malacanang felt the effects as the water from Pasig River reached its grounds.


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