Earthquake now – Earthquake a short time ago, what seismologists record

 Here you can see LIVE what now records theGeodynamic Institute for all earthquake angry .

Earthquake now: You can see what the record earthquake graphs of Euromed for large earthquake angry worldwide.


Each LIVE earthquake from the corresponding service that locates the seismicactivity in real time . See here the most deadly earthquakes ever recorded in Greece.

Watch here what the US Geological Survey (USGS) records for the earthquake .

Here’s what the Geological Survey Department of Cyprus records

What to do during the earthquake, according to the official site of the Fire Service:

  • When you feel a seismic vibration, immediately come under a desk or a very solid table. Stay away from windows, libraries, large mirrors and other heavy objects that may fall. Take care of the plaster and the various objects on the ceiling (plaster decorations, etc.). Stay covered until the vibration stops. If the furniture that protects you is moved, try to follow it. Then you will find some additional tips if you are in specific places
  • If you are in a HIGH BUILDING and there is no desk or table near you, move to the inner wall and protect your head with your hands. Do not use a lift. Don’t be surprised if the alarm or automatic sprinkler comes on.
  • If you are outdoors, avoid trees, signs, buildings, power cables and columns.
  • If you are walking on a sidewalk near buildings, proceed to the nearest entrance to protect yourself from the various objects that may fall, such as bricks, glasses, plaster, etc.
  • If you drive, stop at the roadside. Avoid intersections, power lines and other sources of danger. Stay in the vehicle until the vibration stops.
  • If you are in large crowded stores or in public gatherings, do not rush to the exits. Remove from shelves with objects that may fall.
  • If you are in a wheelchair, do not try to get up. Move to the point where you can safeguard when possible, secure the wheels and protect the head with your hands.
  • If you are in the kitchen, leave the fridge, oven and cabinets high up.
  • If you are in a stadium or theater, stay in your seat and protect your head with your hands. Do not try to escape before the vibration stops. Avoid running to the exits.

EARTHQUAKE – What to do when an earthquake hits

  • Be prepared for earthquakes and plan where you will be protected when they occur.
  • Check for injured people. Give first aid if necessary.
  • Stay calm and reassure others.
  • Avoid broken glasses.
  • Check for fire. Take appropriate precautions.
  • Check the gas, water and electricity supplies. If any of these are damaged, turn them off. If there is a gas leak, do not use matches, lamps, appliances or switches. Open the windows, leave the building and notify the gas company.
  • If the phone’s headset is out of place due to vibration, replace it and use the phone only in an emergency.
  • Tune in to the radio or television emergency station. Listen to the newsletters.
  • Stay out of the damaged building.


If you’re at home:
Keep your cool. 
Cover yourself under a durable piece of furniture (table, desk, desk), kneel and hold your foot with your hands. 
If there is no durable furniture, kneel in the middle of the room, reducing your height and protecting your head and neck with your hands. Keep away from large glass surfaces (windows, glass partitions) or furniture and objects that may injure you. 
Do not try to leave the house. 
Do not go out to the balcony.

If you are in a tall building:
Remove from glazing and exterior walls.

Whether you are in a playground, mall or large store:
Keep your cool. 
Stay in the room until the vibration is over. 
Do not get carried away by the panic-stricken crowd moving erratically towards the exits because you run the risk of tripping.

If you are
outdoors : Remove from areas under buildings, telephone or electrical cables. 
If you have a bag or briefcase with you, cover your head with them.

If you are in the car:
Keep in an open area and carefully stop the car so that it does not obstruct traffic. 
Avoid crossing tunnels, bridges or overpasses.


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