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Former Vice President Jojo Binay is paying tribute to the brave rescue and relief personnel aiding the people affected by the typhoons that lashed parts of the country.

In a Facebook post, Binay commended the sacrifices of these frontliners during the storm season. He also prayed for the frontliners who died while on the line of duty.

“Hindi matatawaran ang sakripisyo ng ating mga relief at rescue worker sa panahong ito. Sa mga nagbuwis ng buhay, nasa inyo ang aming taimtim na dasal,” the former vice president said.

“Sa mga patuloy na naglilingkod, tanggapin ninyo ang amin pasasalamat,” he said.

Binay also offered prayers for the communities severely hit by the recent typhoons.

“Patuloy po nating ipagdasal ang mga naapektuhan ng mga nagdaang kalamidad, at pasalamatan ang mga kumikilos para sa rescue at relief operations sa mga lugar na nasalanta ng mga bagyo,” he said.

The number of fatalities from typhoon Ulysses rose to more than 70, based on the report of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council. The storm brought heavy rains and strong winds that induced massive floods in Metro Manila and other parts of Luzon.

Patuloy po nating ipagdasal ang mga naapektuhan ng mga nagdaang kalamidad, at pasalamatan ang mga kumikilos para sa rescue at relief operations sa mga lugar na nasalanta ng mga bagyo.

Posted by Jojo Binay on Tuesday, November 17, 2020

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