Egypt’s National Institute Monitors 8 Aftershocks of Morocco Earthquake, Dismisses Impact on Egypt
According to the institute’s statement, the strongest of these aftershocks came in at a Richter scale rating of 4.8.
Occurring only eight minutes after the original, decimating quake.
The final recorded aftershock held a scale reading of 3.3 and happened at fifty-six past midnight, local Cairo time.
The Institute also tracked an additional earthquake, which was centered 3262 kilometers west of Siwa, in Egypt’s northwest region.
The Institute issued a caution regarding the forecasts of Dutch researcher Frank Hoogerbeets.
The Institute refuted Hoogerbeets’ claims, broadcast via his account on the X website, declaring them unscientific and fear-mongering.