The popular children’s show Sesame Street expressed support on Saturday to the Filipinos affected by the Taal Volcano’s eruption last Sunday.
“During tough times, support from caring adults can offer children comfort and reassurance. Today our hearts go out to all who are affected from the Taal volcano eruption in the Philippines. For video resources on talking to your child about emergencies and scary news: https://m.sesame.org/35Oqn1T,” the children show said in a Facebook post.
The educational children show also posted a video featuring Big Bird and Granny Bird which underscored the importance of support from adults that can bring children comfort and reassurance in times of difficulties. Sesame Street was first aired in the Philippines during the early 1980s.
Meanwhile, Alert Level 4 remains hoisted over Taal Volcano, warning about a possible hazardous explosive eruption within hours or days.
Residents within Taal Volcano’s vicinity are also advised to guard against the effects of heavy and prolonged ashfall.
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