NAGA CITY - The wrath of the world’s strongest storm this year - Typhoon Rolly (International name: Goni) that landed in the Bicol region last November 1, 2020, did not spare the Bicol Medical Center. Based on the hospital’s administration office monitoring report, the typhoon has incurred a total of P181M of infrastructure damage. In the main hospital in Panganiban Drive, Naga City, P61M of damages was mostly from the 8-storey building, where the typhoon shattered its main entrance glass door. TS Rolly also destroyed the ceilings on several floors of the said building. While the Psychiatry Department in Brgy. Cadlan, Pili, Camarines Sur has reported damages of P120M.
TS Rolly also destroyed the ceilings on several floors of the 8-storey General Wards building.