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A typhoon warning has been issued for the Philippines over the Easter weekend.
Travel disruption is expected as a result of Typhoon Maysak which was closing in on the island nation yesterday.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office said in an updated travel advisory: “The typhoon is expected to make landfall over Northern or Central Luzon, particularly Aurora, Cagayan, Isabela, Quezon and Bicol regions from around April 3.
“Some travel disruption is expected over the long Easter weekend. You should monitor weather forecasts and follow the advice of local authorities and your travel company.”
Around 20 typhoons hit the Philippines each year, mostly between June to December, some resulting in flooding and landslides.
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