Vincentians can expect more activity from the La Soufriere Volcano

Geologist, Professor Richard Robertson has cautioned the Vincentian  public to make preparations in anticipation of more activity from the La Soufriere volcano

Seismic activity at La Soufrière Volcano continued to follow the pattern established on Tuesday April 13, with bands of tremor about 14 hours apart separated by swarms of small, long-period earthquakes.

Professor Robertson says the team of Scientists are continuing to monitor the current pattern of explosions as they appear to be episodic with increasing intervals and less energy.

Professor Robertson says policy makers will have to begin to think creatively about the management of the volcano in going forward.

Meanwhile ,The National Emergency Management Organization, says the volcano alert level remains at RED.

Eighty-nine shelters with four-thousand, one-hundred and seventeen occupants are now activated.

Some two thousand eight hundred and seventy-five persons (2875) are being housed in private shelter.

The National Emergency Operations Center continues to be fully functional operating on a twenty-four hour, around the clock basis.