They recorded an earthquake in Asuncion

The @ChileAlertaApp account has issued a seismic warning announcing the detection of an earthquake in Paraguay’s capital at approximately 9:00 p.m. this Wednesday.

Social media users reported that they actually felt some kind of earthquake, especially in the buildings located in Asuncion.

The truth will be related to Earthquake 5.2 degrees shook tonight Huazhouthe capital of the province of Huaura Lima and felt in the city gear. The telluric motion occurred at 19:11 and The epicenter of the earthquake was 80 km west of Huazhou Cityidentifies the National Seismological Center of the Geophysical Institute of Peru (IGP) on its Twitter account.

tremor was The depth is 30 km and the intensity of V in Huazhou is moderate. The shock was seen in the capital of the Republic, where some ripped out the door of their homes or the street to put themselves in a safe place.

Earthquake in Lima

No tsunami warning

The Civil Defense has not reported, so far, any personal or material damages. Monitor the area at risk. This event was reported by the Directorate of Hydrography and Navigation (DHN) of the Peruvian Navy “No tsunami is born on the coast of Peru”.

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Peru is located in a region called the Pacific Ring of Fire, where 85% of the world’s seismic activity is recorded.

Feedback on social networks

As always when a transcendent event occurs, word of Wednesday’s tremor in Lima began spreading quickly on Twitter. This is how you can see the various reactions. It should be noted that no human or material losses were reported due to this telluric movement.

Some have even linked the earthquake to celebrating the country because of Peru got its pass to the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar qualifiers. Look at the reactions on social networks.

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What is an emergency backpack?

It is an item that contains basic necessities that we can use when an earthquake occurs and we cannot stay in our homes or if basic services such as water and electricity are interrupted.

Keep in mind that you can make one for your relatives to use, so you’ll have to double down on the items we’ll mention below.

What should be in an emergency backpack?

Roughly, this backpack weighs about 8 kilograms for all the items we will be including, according to the instructions of Indeci, the National Institute of Civil Defense. This should contain:


Anti-Bacterial Gel

toilet tissues

hand and face towel

wet clothes

first aid bag

User’s Manual


sterile gauze

Adhesive tape

Adhesive tape

Elastic bandages

Antibiotics / anti-inflammatories

Antibiotic cream


fleece blanket

the shoes

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Non-perishable food

1/2 liter of bottled water

Cereal bar

Canned food


Important: You must specify an expiration date or carry a card with this information.


It is recommended that it be cash and preferably cash.

Fact: If you don’t have a backpack, you can use a bag, basket, or accessory you have available to be able to collect all the items.

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