Thousands of people have been evacuated to shelters in the Philippines. A strong typhoon is approaching the coast of the country. According to Report.ge, the information is spread by the Associated Press.
According to meteorologists, Typhoon "Ray," whose wind speed is 185-230 km / h, is moving west.
In some southern and central provinces, storm warnings are issued for typhoon. Residents are urged to refrain from going to the beach, lowland villages, and other risky areas. Floods and landslides are also expected.
The Philippine Coast Guard has also banned ships from entering the high-risk zone. The Coast Guard is preparing for evacuation and rescue operations. In addition, dozens of domestic flights have been canceled.