No casualties have been reported to date.
Rabat – Morocco recorded an earthquake with a magnitude of 4.0 degrees on the Richter scale on Sunday in the northern province of Tetouan.
The earthquake hit the town at 12:56 p.m., the ING’s national seismic monitoring and alert network announced.
The quake was 55 kilometers deep, with a latitude of 35.522 North and a longitude of 5.447 West.
No casualties have been reported at the time of writing.
Several Moroccan provinces experienced earthquakes recently.
One occured May, when an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.7 degrees hit the Khemisset province in north-central Morocco.
In February, two quakes also shook Midelt, measuring 5.3 and 4.2 degrees.
In November 2019, the same region felt four earthquakes in less than two weeks. One of the quakes on November 17 of last year caused significant damage.