The first, which had a magnitude of 8.1, hit on September 7th and killed almost 100 people.
According to The Weather Channel, the Mexico-based quake hit Tuesday morning and clocked in at a magnitude of 7.4.More news: Professional Sports Allowed to Return to MI
Tsunami waves from 0.3 to 1 meter above tide level are possible for some areas of the west coast of Mexico. The country's seismological service recommended that residents move away from the coastline. A clinic and other buildings in hill villages near the epicentre were severely damaged, images on social media showed.
"Several institutions are continuing to evaluate their priority infrastructure", David Leon, the national coordinator of Mexico's Civil Protection force, told Milenio TV station.
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A damaged building is seen after an quake in Mexico City.
In Oaxaca, crews of workers cleared the roads cluttered with debris from the quake, while residents of humble communities searched for their belongings among the rubble.
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It underlined the main infrastructure of Mexico works without major setbacks after the natural disaster and the members of the National Protection System are attending to the families affected. The natural disaster was felt in several parts of the capital of 8.8 million people which in 2017 was hit by a 7.1 magnitude quake that left 360 people dead throughout the country.