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DOST-PHIVOLCS suspends its Hazards Assessment Services from March 17, 2020 until further notice. This means that the Institute will neither be accepting requests nor will it be releasing Signed Hazard Assessment Reports and related services within the period. 

The temporary suspension of services is in response to the government’s directive for an “Enhanced Community Quarantine and the Stringent Social Distancing Measures Over the Entire Luzon, including the National Capital Region”.

Stakeholders are advised to access https://hazardhunter.georisk.gov.ph for hazards assessment and generation of initial Hazard Assessment Reports and https://gisweb.phivolcs.dost.gov.ph/gisweb/earthquake-volcano-related-hazard-gis-information for national-, regional-, provincial- and municipal-scale earthquake and volcanic hazard map layouts. These online services are FREE.

DOST-PHIVOLCS assures the public that it maintains its skeletal workforce for the 24/7 monitoring of earthquakes, tsunami, deep-seated landslides, and volcanoes.