A magnitude 4.7 earthquake on the Richter scale was recorded off the coast of Corfu in the Ionian Sea in western Greece on Friday morning.

The epicenter is located 31 kilometers south-southwest of Othonoi, a small inhabited Greek island in the Ionian Sea located northwest of Corfu, at a distance of 428 kilometers northwest of Athens, according to the Geodynamic Institute of the National Observatory of Athens. The tremor occurred at 07:20 local time. No damage was reported.

The Director of the Geodynamic Institute, Akis Tsilentis took to the social media platform Facebook and reassured the public there was no reason for concern.

Specifically, the director of the Geodynamic Institute emphasized that “Corfu is more at risk from large Albanian earthquakes.”