National Advisory: Earthquake Being Assessed

Published: Sun 30 Jan 2022 12:46 AM
A magnitude M6.6 earthquake has occurred at/in KERMADEC ISLANDS REGION. The National Emergency Management Agency and GNS Science are assessing the earthquake parameters to determine if there is a tsunami risk to New Zealand.People in coastal areas should:Listen to the radio and/or TV for updates, and NZCivilDefence TwitterListen to local Civil Defence authoritiesStay out of the water (sea, rivers and estuaries, this includes boats)Stay off beaches and shore areasDo not go sightseeingShare this information with family, neighbours and friends
This National Advisory has been issued following a rapid assessment of preliminary earthquake information. The situation may change as more information becomes available. We will send an update when we have completed a further assessment. Updates will also be published on
Only messages issued by the National Emergency Management Agency represent the official warning status for New Zealand. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) messages do not represent the official warning status for New Zealand.

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