Typhoon Odette Fails to Destruct a 80-year-old House in Cebu
The 80-year-old house in Cebu goes viral on social media as it can be seen standing strong despite the onslaught of Typhoon Odette.
Many people were amazed when typhoon Odette, despite her devastating power, did not destroy a house in Cebu that was purportedly built in the 1930s. Photographed by Fr. The ancestral mansion in Sibonga, according to Chris Amores and social media, can be seen without a “scratch” owing to the typhoon.
The home was called the “last house standing” as a consequence. Their ancestral house, according to netizen Ben Cabrido, has gone through several typhoons, including “Odette,” yet it has remained stable. He claims that the materials used are of the same high quality and are well-made, ensuring that it will last.
Typhoon Odette (internationally known as Rai) made landfall on many islands in Visayas and Mindanao a month ago, on December 16, 2021. Over 7.8 million people were affected across 11 areas by heavy rainfall, severe winds, landslides, and storm surges.
Odette wreaked havoc on people’s homes, properties, and livelihoods at a time when the COVID-19 epidemic was already wreaking havoc on society and development. Multiple situations have been faced by local authorities directing the typhoon response, particularly those in the health sector, with severely taxed resources and capacities.
Local health officials are exploring methods to continue delivering important health services despite the interruptions caused by Typhoon Odette, despite their limited capabilities. This involves the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine and the provision of primary healthcare services, such as sexual and reproductive health care.
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