This is the fourth earthquake to hit the region in less than two weeks.
Rabat – The Midelt province in central Morocco experienced yet another earthquake measuring 3.6 magnitude on the Richter Scale on Tuesday, November 26.
The quake happened at 6:44 a.m., the National Institute for Seismic Surveillance and Warning reported.
The depth of the earthquake reached 03 kilometers, 32.572 degrees north and 4.237 degrees west. This is the fourth earthquake to hit the same region in less than two weeks.
Last week, the town experienced three earthquakes of different magnitudes.
On November 17, a first earthquake took place at 9:39 a.m. with a magnitude of 5.3.
On the same day, the second quake took place at 3:39 p.m., measuring 4.3on the Richter scale.
With a magnitude of 3.1, the third earthquake hit province of Midelt on November 21.
Today’s earthquake also came just a few days after two earthquakes of 3.1 and 3.5 degrees on the Richter scale hit Driouch, 231 kilometers from Oujda in eastern Morocco on Sunday, November 24.
No casualties have been reported.