At 0:24 a.m. Tuesday, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake shook much of the country.
According to the Nicaraguan Institute for Territorial Studies (INTER), the second major quake occurred at a distance of 68 kilometers. Southwest of El Astilero, In the Nicaraguan Pacific, at a depth of 31 kilometers.
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake shook the region of Nicaragua at around 8:53 pm on Monday.
According to Ineter, the quake struck at a distance of 82 kilometers Southwest of Huehuete, Always in the Pacific. The quake struck at a depth of 21 kilometers.
Appointed vice president Rosario Murillo contacted the official media and said no incident had been reported.
Its second report said earlier this Tuesday that there had been an aftershock because there were two more tremors of lesser intensity. One is 3.4 degrees and the second is 4.2 degrees.
He pointed out that you should be wary of such incidents.
According to Inetter, these earthquakes are associated with tectonic shock processes between the Cocos and Caribbean tectonic plates.