The National Center for Seismology has issued a report confirming the occurrence of a 4.6 magnitude earthquake in Myanmar. The seismic event took place on February 12, 2024, at 02:18:47 IST, sending ripples of concern through the affected area.
According to the report, the earthquake’s epicenter was located at Lat: 21.45 & Long: 93.92, with a depth of 15 kilometers. The tremor’s intensity has underscored the region’s susceptibility to seismic activity, prompting authorities to assess potential damages and ensure preparedness for any aftershocks.
As seismic events continue to occur worldwide, the importance of proactive measures to mitigate risks and enhance disaster resilience remains paramount. The National Center for Seismology’s monitoring and reporting efforts serve as crucial tools in safeguarding lives and infrastructure in earthquake-prone regions like Myanmar.