Press Release

Statement on alleged "HAZE BULLETIN" from a “Dost_PAGASA Visayas” FB

19 September 2019

There are posts related to a “Haze Bulletin” allegedly issued by PAGASA that are currently
circulating online and being shared in various social networking services. These posts were
found to have originated from a particular “Dost_PAGASA Visayas” Facebook Page.
PAGASA would like to inform the public that the aforementioned page is NOT an official social
media account of the agency. Furthermore, the agency has not issued any “Haze Bulletin”.

All PAGASA products from the Central Office and the Regional Services Divisions are posted
online through the following official accounts:

Website: bagong.pagasa.dost.gov.ph
Facebook: Dost_pagasa
Twitter: @dost_pagasa
YouTube: DOST-PAGASA WEATHER REPORT

The public is advised to remain vigilant against unofficial information coming from unverified sources.



signed
ROBERTO S. SAWI
Chief, Weather Forecasting Section
Weather Division, PAGASA


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