THE DAY IN PHOTOS: November 13, 2020


Posted at Nov 13 2020 11:32 PM | Updated as of Sep 01 2021 05:25 PM

Here are the big stories today in photos.

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VP Leni visits typhoon victims

Vice President Leni Robredo visits families evacuated to Kasiglahan Village Elementary School on Thursday following the onslaught of Typhoon Ulysses. Thousands of families and individuals affected by the typhoon, which caused massive flooding in several parts of Metro Manila and nearby provinces, had to evacuate their flooded homes. Handout, OVP

The tough task lies ahead

Residents retrieve their belongings from muddy houses in Kasiglahan Village, Barangay San Jose, Rodriguez, Rizal after the flood subsided in the aftermath of Typhoon Ulysses on Friday. Ulysses swept through Luzon and brought heavy rains in Metro Manila that inundated dozens of villages. Mark Demayo, ABS-CBN News

LOOK: Umbrella-like cloud crowns Mayon Volcano

Mayon Volcano is pictured on Thursday covered by an umbrella-like cloud from Puro, Legazpi City in Albay. The cloud formation, also known as a lenticular cloud, happens when air moves over mountains and cools resulting to condensation. Chito L. Aguilar, ABS-CBN News

Rebuilding from Ulysses

A man reacts as he takes a break from cleaning mud outside his house, which was submerged due to floods caused by Typhoon Ulysses, in Marikina on Friday. Severe flooding brought by Typhoon Ulyysses caked houses in thick mud and debris in several parts of Metro Manila, killing 14. Eloisa Lopez, Reuters

Coming back home

Residents of Barangay Banaba in San Mateo, Rizal return to their homes on Friday to clear mud and debris a day after massive floods brought by Typhoon Ulysses inundated several parts of Luzon. The typhoon left the Philippine area of responsibility Friday morning according to state weather bureau PAGASA but not before causing some of the worst flooding seen in Luzon and Metro Manila in years. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News

Shedding tears in the aftermath of Ulysses

Africa Molina sheds tears as she takes a break from cleaning their home in Barangay Banaba in San Mateo town, Rizal on Friday. Typhoon Ulysses brought massive flooding to parts of Luzon submerging several villages and causing P4.2 billion in infrastructure damage according to authorities. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News

Washing away dirt left by Ulysses

A volunteer firefighter uses a water cannon on Friday to wash away mud left by a massive flood brought by Typhoon Ulysses in Brgy. Banaba, San Mateo town, Rizal. Ulysses battered the capital region Thursday with powerful winds and heavy rains that left parts of Metro Manila and nearby areas submerged. Larry Monserate Piojo, ABS-CBN News

Relief goods, face masks distributed in Rizal

Victims of Ulysses gather as face masks and relief goods are distributed at an evacuation center in Rodriguez town, Rizal on Friday. The Department of Health called for safety monitoring at evacuation centers to curb the spread of COVID-19 as thousands were displaced by Ulysses. Lisa Marie David, Reuters

Still no power in Virac

Virac town residents light candles and spend time outside their homes, as electricity remains unavailable in parts of Catanduanes on Friday, almost two weeks after Super Typhoon Rolly devastated the region. The Department of Energy is aiming to restore power in Catanduanes before Christmas. George Calvelo, ABS-CBN News