Typhoon Rolly killed at least 20 people in the Bicol Region. It also damaged agricultural crops and infrastructure worth P6 billion.
The Department of Agriculture said P1.1 billion worth of crops were destroyed by Rolly. It affected 17,059 hectares, with 53,383 metric tons of produce.
The Department of Public Works and Highways said P4.6 billion worth of infrastructure were destroyed.
Of the fatalities, 14 deaths were from Albay, while six were from Catanduanes province, according to a report by the Office of Civil Defense (OCD).
The reported deaths involved drowning, lahar avalanche, hypothermia and falling debris.
The OCD report said flooding was reported in 10 towns in Albay and 29 towns in Camarines Sur while lahar flows were reported in Guinobatan, Camalig, Santo Domingo and Tabaco City, all in Albay.