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El Salvador keeps shaking

Until the early hours of this Saturday, the country registered 199 tremors, a number that, according to the name that accompanies Pulgarcito de las Américas, “the land of hammocks”, should be overcome in the next few hours, although it is understood that the next movement may not be noticeable to humans.

Since the tellurium movement last Tuesday at 4:22 p.m. local time, which had its epicenter off the coast of Usulután in eastern El Salvador, the observatory recorded a total of 199 aftershocks up to 2 p.m. on July 22, 48 of which were reported with magnitudes between 3.5 and 5.4 on the Richter scale, authorities said.

The latest movement this morning was magnitude 3.5 off the coast of Usulután, 51 kilometers south of Playa El Espino, at a depth of 47 kilometers.

These movements in the sea are attributed to the accommodation processes of the Cocos and Caribbean plates and are also registered by the authorities of the other Central American countries.