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Volcanic tremor and other observables continued at background levels, allowing PEVOLCA to declare the end of the eruption today, as lasting from 15:11 local time on the 19th September, to December 13th at 10:21 local time, giving a total duration of 85 days and 8 hours. This makes the eruption the longest active in historical times on the island. PEVOLCA reminds the population however that end of the eruption does not mean the end of the dangers from the volcano, and that declaring the end of this eruption is not the same as declaring the end of the magmatic reactivation in Cumbre Vieja.

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Volcanic tremor continues at background levels, with no eruptive activity seen, although a reactivation cannot be ruled out. If the current levels are maintained, the authorities will be able to call an end to the eruptive process on the 25th December. PEVOLCA reminds the population however that end of the eruption does not mean the end of the dangers from the volcano, and that declaring the end of this eruption is not the same as declaring the end of the magmatic reactivation in Cumbre Vieja.

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Volcanic tremor continues at background levels, with no eruptive activity seen, although a reactivation cannot be ruled out. If the current levels are maintained, the authorities will be able to call an end to the eruptive process in two days. PEVOLCA reminds the population however that end of the eruption does not mean the end of the dangers from the volcano, and that declaring the end of this eruption is not the same as declaring the end of the magmatic reactivation in Cumbre Vieja.

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Volcanic tremor continues at background levels, with no eruptive activity seen, although a reactivation cannot be ruled out. If the current levels are maintained, the authorities will be able to call an end to the eruptive process on December 25th. PEVOLCA has advanced the planning of the reconstruction phase of basic services in anticipation of this event and hopes to start work as soon as possible once this has been declared.

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Volcanic tremor continues at background levels, with no eruptive activity seen, although a reactivation cannot be ruled out. Gas levels were high in the southern coastal area of the evacuated zones, and access from the south was allowed in Puerto Naos and El Remo but not La Bombilla, which extra guidance that people should not go inside buildings in these areas due to the possibility of higher gas levels. Access from the north was allowed as usual. To say the eruptive process is over, PEVOLCA stated the situation must stay the same for the next four days to bring the eruption to 10 days without activity. However, they this would not lead to a change in the short-term emergency situation or restrictions.

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Volcanic tremor continues at background levels, with no eruptive activity seen, although a reactivation cannot be ruled out. Rigorous monitoring of gas levels throughout the evacuated zones continues, especially in La Bombilla, Puerto Naos and El Remo, where potentially lethal values have been detected on occasion according to PEVOLCA. However, gas levels improved relative to the 19th and permitted access to the evacuated zones from both the north and south, from the land and the sea. Small pockets of incandescence remain around jameos (areas where the roof of a lava tube has collapsed), although this is related to the cooling process of the lava.

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Volcanic tremor continues at background levels, with no eruptive activity seen, although a reactivation cannot be ruled out. PEVOLCA is keen to stress there is still danger from the temperatures and instability of the lava flows, as well as their associated gases, and that residents entering the evacuated areas should not approach any flows, even if they seem inactive. Small remnants of incandescent lava flows breaking out from lava tubes have still been observed in the south, which led to gas levels that prevented access for neighbours and irrigators to the evacuated areas from the south.

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Volcanic tremor continues at background levels, with no eruptive activity seen, for the 5th full day in a row, with each passing day of no activity increasing the likelihood that the eruption is finished for good, although a reactivation cannot be ruled out. PEVOLCA is keen to stress there is still large dangers from the temperatures of the lava flows and the associated gases. Small remnants of lava flows breaking out from lava tubes have still been observed in the south, associated with flow number 11. Furthermore, it is anticipated that gas levels may lead to entry into the southern parts of the evacuated zones being halted sporadically in the next days.

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Volcanic tremor continues at background levels with no change and there remains no eruptive activity on the surface, apart from slight degassing from the main craters and areas where the roofs of lava tubes have collapsed. PEVOLCA again was keen to stress that the legal emergency situation and red traffic light are still maintained, as are the Civil Protection measures that have been in place since the start of the eruption.

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For the third day, volcanic tremor continued at background levels and there was no eruptive activity on the surface, apart from slight degassing from the main craters and areas where the roofs of lava tubes have collapsed. However, PEVOLCA was keen to remind people that a high risk still exists, and that civil protection measures, exclusion zones and evacuation zones are being fully maintained. People who access these areas must always be accompanied by personnel with air quality measuring equipment.

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