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ShakeOut Regions and Current Registration Levels

Current Registration Totals:
   Oct. 16, 2014 Drills:
   All 2014 Drills:

2013 Global Total:Over 24.9 million

Everyone, everywhere, should know how to protect themselves in an earthquake. Even if earthquakes are rare where you live, they may happen where you or your family travel.

Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills are an annual opportunity for people in homes, schools, and organizations to practice what to do during earthquakes, and to improve preparedness.

Most participants are in one of the Official ShakeOut Regions shown below. People and organizations in other states or countries can also register to be included.

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All current ShakeOut drills shown below will be held on 10/16/2014 unless specified.

REGION CURRENT DRILL
(as of today)
PREVIOUS DRILL REGION CURRENT DRILL
(as of today)
PREVIOUS DRILL
California California 9.60 million Central U.S. Central U.S.
(AL AR IL IN KY
MO MS OH OK TN)
2.46 million
Japan Japan 3,905,732
(Various Dates)
2,337,230
(Various Dates)
SouthEast SouthEast
(DC DE GA MD
NC SC VA WV)
1.92 million
Washington Washington 872,000 Utah Utah
()
834,000
(4/17/2014)
British Columbia British Columbia 695,000 Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 653,000
Nevada Nevada 567,000 NorthEast NorthEast
(CT MA ME NH NJ
NY PA RI VT)
302,000
Oregon Oregon 271,000 Arizona Arizona 116,000
Montana Montana
107,000 Alaska Alaska
(10/16/2014)
104,000
(3/27/2014)
Idaho Idaho 103,000 Guam Guam 67,000
American Samoa American Samoa 16,000 Hawaii Hawaii 15,000
Quebec Quebec 13,000 U.S. Virgin Islands U.S. Virgin Islands 12,000
CNMI CNMI 12,000 Southern Italy Southern Italy 7,100
Colorado Colorado 2,000 Wyoming Wyoming
2,000
Yukon Yukon New for 2014 New Mexico New Mexico New for 2014
New Zealand New Zealand No 2014 Drill
()
Global ShakeOut
Other States and Countries
982,000


 

 

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