MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) reported this Wednesday that they observed a slight swelling or redness of the Mayon volcano crater in Albay in the past 24 hours.
PHIVOLCS added that they also recorded a volcanic earthquake where the volcano also spewed moderate ash plumes in the west direction.
Mayon Volcano spewed 391 tons of sulfur dioxide on October 1, PHIVOLCS added.
Meanwhile, PHIVOLCS maintained Alert Level 1 (low-level unrest) on the volcano.
It reiterated that the six-kilometer radius area around the volcano is a permanent danger zone and no entry is allowed.
Also, aircraft flight near the volcano is prohibited. RNA
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