A ferris wheel is covered with volcanic ash in a park in Tagaytay City, Philippines, January 14, 2020. A volcano near Manila spewed a massive cloud of ash that drifted across the Philippine capital on Sunday. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

A dog left in a garage covered with ashes barks nearby the erupting Taal Volcano in Talisay, Batangas, Philippines, January 13, 2020. Thousands of people were evacuated from the area near Taal volcano after it suddenly shot a column of ash and steam as high as 15 km (nine miles) into the sky. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

Workers clean mud from volcanic ash in a McDonald's branch in Tagaytay City, Philippines, January 14, 2020. Taal, one of the world's smallest active volcanoes, sits in the middle of a lake about 70 km (45 miles) south of the centre of the capital, Manila. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

Ashfall after the eruption of the Taal volcano is seen in Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines January 13, 2020 in this picture obtained from social media. The Philippines lies on the "Ring of Fire," a belt of volcanoes circling the Pacific Ocean that is also prone to earthquakes. JEROME AUSTRIA ABUAN /via REUTERS

Residents living near the errupting Taal Volcano evacuate in Agoncillo, Batangas City, Philippines, January 13, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

Aerial view shows buildings covered in volcanic ash in Calaca, Batangas province, Philippines January 13, 2020 in this picture obtained from a social media video. Reynaldo Tactay Jr./via REUTERS