Evacuees from towns affected by the Taal Volcano eruption queue for rice and boiled egg in an evacuation center in Santo Tomas, Batangas, Philippines, January 15, 2020. Nearly 40,000 people were evacuated from around a Philippine volcano that could erupt violently at any moment, authorities said on Tuesday (January 14), but thousands more are refusing to leave their villages or have drifted back. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

Residents affected by the Taal Volcano eruption remain in an evacuation center in Santo Tomas, Batangas, Philippines, January 15, 2020. A cloud of ash and fountains of lava gushed for a third day from the crater of Taal, which lies in the middle of a lake about about 70 km (45 miles) south of centre of the Philippines capital Manila. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

Girls pick out clothes from a pile of donated garments for residents affected by the Taal Volcano eruption in an evacuation center in Santo Tomas, Batangas, Philippines, January 15, 2020. Everyone living within 14 km (nine miles) of the volcano were ordered to leave and the disaster agency said about 38,200 had done so, but local officials said that many others were complicating the evacuation effort by staying put. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

Children watch a movie from a projector screen inside a temporary evacuation center for residents affected by Taal Volcano's eruption, in Padre Pio Shrine, Santo Tomas, Batangas, Philippines January 15, 2020. At one of the evacuation centres in Batangas province, hundreds of evacuees took shelter inside a covered gymnasium while some volunteers entertained the children. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

Lita Manimtim, 52, (in blue) sits with her family in an evacuation center for residents affected by the Taal Volcano eruption in Santo Tomas, Batangas, Philippines, January 15, 2020. Taal has erupted more than 30 times in the past five centuries, most recently in 1977. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

Residents affected by the Taal Volcano eruption rest in an evacuation center in Santo Tomas, Batangas, Philippines, January 15, 2020. A 1754 eruption lasted for months. The Philippines lies on the "Ring of Fire," a belt of volcanoes circling the Pacific Ocean that is also prone to earthquakes. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez