After the earthquake, Ternate island activities returned to normal

After the earthquake, Ternate's activities returned to normal

The activity of residents of Ternate City, North Maluku, Indonesia returned to normal this afternoon, after the earthquake with magnitude 7.1 rocked the region on Sunday (6/8) night. After the earthquake, transportation activities and buying and selling on the market continued smoothly.

The activity of the citizens of Ternate City, since Monday (7/8) morning went on as usual. Fast boats, Ternate-Sofifi routes still serve the community like the previous days.

Read also: Indonesia issues Tsunami warning after Maluku’s earthquake

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