A new earthquake struck northeast of the city of Hama, central Syria, in the afternoon of today, 30 November 2020, it’s 4.1 degrees magnitude on the Richter scale.
The Syrian National Seismic Center said this latest tremor struck at 03:47 pm at 27 kilometers northeast of Hama, and at 5 kilometers deep.
This is the third earthquake to strike Syria in the past 4 days only, the first one was northeast of Damascus a few minutes after midnight of 27th November, it was of 4.3 degrees magnitude on the Richter scale, and the second earthquake was on the afternoon of 28th of the month, it was of 4.1 degrees on the Richter scale and struck the same site northeast of Damascus.
In our previous report, we mentioned that Syria Entered the Earthquake Era, and that was already warned of 20 years ago in November 2000 by the Director-General of the Syrian General Organization for Geology and Mineral Resources, details here: 4th Minor Earthquake Strikes in Syria in 3 Months, the 2nd in One Day.
Today’s tremor was felt by the residents of Hama, Homs, Tartous, and northern Damascus.