By Helen Castaño | 05:55 PM December 19, 2021

The provincial government of Bohol reported 63 deaths on Sunday, Dec. 19.

The deaths could still potentially rise.

Ubay, where typhoon Odette made a landfall last Thursday (Dec. 16), has 12 recorded deaths.

Initial deaths:

Ubay-12
Pres. Carlos P. Garcia-5
Loon-5
Inabanga-4
Catigbian-4
Buenavista-4
Tubigon-3
Alicia-3
Antequera-3
Maribojoc-2
Batuan-2
Getafe-2
Trinidad-2
Calape-2
Jagna-2
Valencia-2
Panglao-1
Pilar-1
Talibon-1
Loboc-1
Candijay-1
Clarin-1
Tagbilaran-0
Dauis-0
Balilihan-0
Lila-0
Anda-0
San Isidro-0
Duero-0
Loay-0
Carmen-0
Dimiao-0
Sikatuna-0

The provincial government said the 63 deaths came from 33 local government units out of 48 local government units which submitted their reports to police stations and LGUs.

Typhoon Odette destroyed houses and toppled concrete power poles while knocking out communications and electricity, making it difficult to receive updates from some areas.

By Bohol Island News

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