The Philippines reports its first death and first locally transmitted cases from the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant in 11 people that were locally infected with the variant and one person who died at a hospital in Manila on June 28.
Flights are cancelled and evacuations are ordered for over 100,000 people in the North Central Coast of Vietnam, in preparation for Typhoon Doksuri. The system has already claimed four lives passing over the Philippines.
Floods in Central Vietnam, triggered by Typhoon Sarika's heavy rains, kill at least 24 people with 4 others missing. Sarika has killed at least two people and displaced more than 150,000 in the Philippines.
Celebrations are held to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the People Power Revolution in the Philippines that led to the downfall of dictator Ferdinand Marcos' 21-year reign, and the rise of President Corazon Aquino.
Taiwan demands an apology from the Philippines related to an incident where a Taiwanese fisherman died after a Philippine Coast Guard intercepted his fishing vessel in the disputed waters of the Bashi Channel.