Duterte looks return to regularity in Rosita-hit regions
President Rodrigo Duterte says he wants areas hit by Typhoon Rosita to return
to a sense of normalcy as soon as possible.
The President made the statement at a briefing in Cauayan, Isabela Thursday.
After being informed of how officials plan to address the havoc caused by the storm, Duterte said,
“The rule in crisis management or whatever calamity or whatever, the number one rule
you have to return to normalcy as soon as possible.”
The President added he satisfied at how the government responded to the crisis and
that everyone was doing their job.
“The mitigating measures taken by all are impressive, I’d like to thank you. I did not waste
my time coming here,” he said.
At the briefing, Duterte mentioned conducting an aerial inspection of the area and saw the extensive damage wrought by the storm.
Meanwhile, he communicated worry for those influenced by Rosita, making reference to the
general population who are as yet missing after an avalanche hit Natonin, Benguet.
The avalanche hit an administration working in the town, slaughtering eight individuals.
Duterte set to visit the zone Thursday, anyway there is still no word on whether the President could do as such.