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Mexican Earthquake: No Signs of Damage or Future Threat

The Mexican earthquake, reported on Mexico's Pacific Coast on Wednesday, was centered in a sparsely populated area in the mountains People evacuated some buildings in the capital, but the city government said helicopter flights had detected no signs of damage. Authorities in Michoacan state, where the tremor was centered, also had no immediate reports of damage. A quake of this magnitude is considered a major earthquake, but this one hit about 41 miles below the surface and a tremor's power to cause damage is often dissipated when it is so deep.

No tsunami warnings have been issued at this time. The situation is being monitored closely. When warranted, all conference delegates and exhibitors will be notified by email of any changes to the conference program.

Embassies in Mexico City

Mexico City host many embassies and consulates from different countries. For more information about how to contact them, download Embassies in Mexico City document.

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