Pinoys in Taiwan safe after typhoon
Mayen Jaymalin (The Philippine Star) - August 9, 2015 - 10:00am

MANILA, Philippines - More than 86,000 Filipinos in Taiwan are safe after Super Typhoon Soudelor battered the island, the government said yesterday.

Based on the latest report, no Filipino has been hurt, according to Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz.  

Officials of the Department of Labor and Employment have checked the Filipino community in Taiwan and learned that all of them remain safe, she added.

About 10 people were killed and hundreds were hurt when San Pedro Calungsod of Migrants Mission Station was heavily damaged after Soudelor hit Taiwan, according to reports.                  

 

ACCORDING FILIPINO HURT LABOR LABOR SECRETARY ROSALINDA BALDOZ NBSP OFFICIALS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT SAN PEDRO CALUNGSOD OF MIGRANTS MISSION STATION SOUDELOR SUPER TYPHOON SOUDELOR TAIWAN
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