A satellite image released by Nasa shows Typhoon Vongfong roaring toward the eastern Philippines. It made landfall on Thursday, knocking out power and causing heavy rains. Photo: AP A satellite image released by Nasa shows Typhoon Vongfong roaring toward the eastern Philippines. It made landfall on Thursday, knocking out power and causing heavy rains. Photo: AP
A satellite image released by Nasa shows Typhoon Vongfong roaring toward the eastern Philippines. It made landfall on Thursday, knocking out power and causing heavy rains. Photo: AP

As Typhoon Vongfong hits Philippines, coronavirus social distancing enforced at emergency shelters

  • A man bled to death after he was hit by glass shards in a school building he was trying to open to take shelter in
  • Over 145,000 have fled their homes, but evacuations have been slowed by Covid-19 restrictions, and shelters being used as quarantine facilities

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A satellite image released by Nasa shows Typhoon Vongfong roaring toward the eastern Philippines. It made landfall on Thursday, knocking out power and causing heavy rains. Photo: AP A satellite image released by Nasa shows Typhoon Vongfong roaring toward the eastern Philippines. It made landfall on Thursday, knocking out power and causing heavy rains. Photo: AP
A satellite image released by Nasa shows Typhoon Vongfong roaring toward the eastern Philippines. It made landfall on Thursday, knocking out power and causing heavy rains. Photo: AP
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