Relief Efforts Continue in the Philippines

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Nov. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Clarissa Batino reports on recovery efforts in the Philippines and the ‘State of Calamity’ declaration by President Aquino . She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Ground.

I think expectations will be to move faster.

It is in places and the affected population.

In terms of but we know about the release -- relief effort, what is it?

More and more, it seems to be unreachable because of the devastation and the blockage on the road.

The lack of communication and power.

1074. we are seeing the government and the aid workers.

There are the victims.

There are food, medicines and water that need to get the people who need it the most.

The number of the death toll may decline.

There is the a number that are estimated to be.

There is difficult access.

Five airports remain closed.

That means one of the most devastated is now reachable by commercial flight.

There is a way to get into a bigger from s -- province.

There are several wasted races.

It is a race to get to the places to make sure we do not lose more lives.

We need to make sure that is already seen.

There was an exclamation -- more and more, we hope that helpful command.

Ok.

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We will focus on the state.

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There are 10 different cities next week -- next year.

We have bernie and we'll get his thoughts.

That story is coming up.

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