Greece’s earthquake warning system was triggered by a 6.7 magnitude earthquake in western Greece on Tuesday, and the state-run television broadcaster has released a map showing the location of all the quake locations.
The report, titled Earthquake in Greece, shows the locations of the epicentre and a fault line.
The quake was felt in the eastern city of Ephesus, which has a population of almost 15 million people.
The epicentres are the northern and southern coasts of the Aegean Sea.
According to the report, there were no reports of damage or fatalities.
The earthquake triggered a partial shutdown of major highways in the western Aegeans.
“The state is taking all the necessary measures to prepare for the worst, including the use of sandbags,” the television broadcaster said in a statement.
The Greek government says a total of 1,943 people have been injured in the quake.