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HISTORY: Drone footage captured by the Salvadoran government showed the volcano spewing a massive plume of smoke from its crater on Sunday (November 27).
Located near the south coast of the Central American country, the volcano has increased its activity over the past two weeks. Nevertheless, local authorities have stated that Chaparrastique has not yet shown any worrying changes after various measurements have been carried out using mobile and already installed devices in the area.
Authorities have set up a security perimeter within a three-kilometer radius of the crater. Tourist and agricultural activities in the area have also been suspended.
Members of the local civil defense team said one team is constantly monitoring the volcano and alerting neighboring populations to stay away from the area. They are in constant contact with the locals in case an evacuation is necessary.
From November 15 to 26, the volcano was responsible for 160 explosions.

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