Nov 072013
Despite the threat of Typhoon Yolanda, Malacañang on Friday said that there is no suspension of work in government offices yet.

“No announcement on work suspension from ES [Executive Secretary’s] office; not warranted by present and forecast weather situation,” Presidential Communications Operations Office head Herminio “Sonny” Coloma Jr. said in a text message to reporters.

He issued the statement after Yolanda, dubbed the most powerful typhoon in the world this year, made landfall in the Philippines on Friday morning.

On Thursday night, President Benigno Aquino addressed the public in a televised message and warned them about the danger Yolanda brings. Kimberly Jane T. Tan /LBG, GMA News

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