While the damage was still being assessed on Tuesday, a yacht club manager said "long negotiations on insurance claims" would come next for boat owners. It was one of the most powerful storms to hit the island.
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Hundreds of rescuers, including police and soldiers, scrambled to search for the missing as grief-stricken relatives waited nearby, many of them quietly praying.
"While I said there is a 99-percent chance that all of them are dead, there is still that one-percent chance", Itogon Mayor Victorio Palangdan told AFP.
Business interruption is also likely to be a factor in the eventual market loss, given Hong Kong's productivity was severely dented on Monday and clean-up could take a number of days before everything gets back to normal in the city.
"But I just hope we can dig up his body", Payadon said.
Known in the Philippines as Ompong, the storm was packing winds of up to 265 kilometres per hour-120 km/hr stronger than Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas-when it began to rip roofs off buildings, uproot trees, block roads, and dump massive amounts of water.
On Monday, Mangkhut was still affecting southern China's coast and the provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi and Hainan, and rain and strong winds were expected to continue through today.
SUPER TYPHOON Mangkhut, which pummelled across the northern Philippines before hitting Hong Kong and Shenzen, China over the weekend left wide-scale devastation in its wake, with authorities scrambling to rescue stranded survivors in some affected parts, and undertaking a huge cleanup in others.
The Philippines has a poor record of regulating mining, with tunnel collapses and landslides in recent years regularly killing people in other gold-rush areas.
More than 2.4m people had been evacuated in southern China's Guangdong province by Sunday evening.
The typhoon struck at the start of the rice and corn harvesting season in the Philippines' northern breadbasket, prompting farmers to scramble to save what they could of their crops, Cagayan Gov. Manuel Mamba said. However, according to estimates, the losses would amount to more than 100 million United States dollars.
In Macau, badly hit by a super typhoon previous year, authorities were more prepared this time around and ordered casinos to close late on Saturday night as the storm approached.