Here’s what’s going on in Northeastern Brazil right now:
I mean. No, we don’t have an active volcano here. This is Cumbre Vieja, that one volcano at La Palma. And all our media sources have been speaking ad nauseam of this eruption since day one because of concerns over a tsunami that could reach our Northeastern coast, as it had already happened before in 1755, as a consequence of the Great Lisbon earthquake.
Looks like volcanic activity has increased, so people are still alert. Recife, the capital of our state, is below sea level in many areas and has already been suffering with the increasingly higher tides over the years, so I definitely get where the concerns come from. No matter how low current risks are, they still exist in our minds