Myanmar has been hit by a series of earthquakes during the past 26 November with four earthquakes.

According to the Mizzima News, earthquakes have hit Myanmar in recent days, with four earthquakes per day in November 26. During the 26 November, there were three moderate and minor earthquakes in the same period of 26 November, and four earthquakes in 24 hours.

The first time was in March, 2019. November 26th Myanmar Times 23 minutes At 47 seconds, a small, powerful earthquake at magnitude 4.6 on the Richter scale, about 9 miles (8 miles) south of the Thai border in Tamu, was about 8 miles south.

The second is on November 26th. Myanmar Times 06 min At 11 seconds, the epicenter was a small force of magnitude 8.8 on the epicenter of Myanmar (16 miles southwest of Thayet), centered around Nay Pyi Taw, about 86 miles southwest.

The third is on November 26th. Myanmar Times (17) 35 minutes At 57 seconds, another powerful seismic earthquake measuring 5.7 on the Richter scale was centered around Nay Pyi Taw, about 87 miles southwest of Myanmar, about 87 miles southwest of Myanmar.

The fourth is on November 26th. 20:00 pm Myanmar time; 30 minutes At 42 seconds, it was estimated that a small, powerful earthquake measuring 42 kilometers (62 miles) northeast of Kandawgyi Township was located about 23 miles northeast of Kandawgyi, Myanmar.

A total of four strong and moderate earthquakes occurred in a single day. Under the Richard Star Scales 5 scale, the force is considered to be relatively small and the scale is between 5 and 6 on the Richter scale.