3.2 Mag. Earthquake Reported in Georgia

A 3.2-magnitude earthquake has occurred in Georgia. 

The Institute of Earth Sciences and National Seismic Monitoring Center says the earthquake was reported on Monday, at 12:47 PM Tbilisi time. 

The epicenter of the 3.2-magnitude earthquake was in the Kakheti region, south-east of the town Dedoplistskaro, in the village of Zemo Khalatsani.

There are no reports of any damage and/or injuries.

By Ana Dumbadze 


15 June 2020 12:33