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People ShakeOut worldwide.
Find your region below.

This year's International ShakeOut Day is October 20, when millions of people worldwide will participate in earthquake drills at work, school, or home!

At 10:20 am (local time) on 10/20, you can join millions of people across the world practicing earthquake safety. While we encourage you to participate with everyone, you can register your ShakeOut drill for any day of the year, and drill at a time of your choice. You can also include people in multiple locations through video conferencing.

NEW! Powerpoints for leading ShakeOut Drills (Online or In-Person)

AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3!


1 Register Today

2 Spread the Word

3 Hold Your Drill

Log in to download your Certificate of Participation!


FIND YOUR REGION

Most participants are in one of the Official ShakeOut Regions listed below (with current registration totals). People and organizations in other countries can also register.

All regions participate on October 20, 2022, unless specified.

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U.S. MULTI-STATE REGIONS


Central U.S.
Central U.S.

(AL AR IA IL IN KS KY LA
MO MS NE OH OK TN)
NorthEast
NorthEast

(CT MA ME NH NJ
NY PA RI VT)
SouthEast
SouthEast

(DC DE FL GA MD
NC SC VA WV)
Upper MidWest
Upper MidWest

(MI MN ND SD WI)



U.S. STATES AND TERRITORIES


Alaska Alaska
American Samoa
American Samoa



Arizona Arizona
California California
CNMI CNMI
Colorado Colorado
Guam Guam
Hawaii Hawaii
Idaho Idaho
Montana
Montana


Nevada Nevada
New Mexico New Mexico
Oregon Oregon
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
Texas Texas
Utah
Utah

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U.S. Virgin Islands U.S. Virgin Is.
Washington Washington
Wyoming Wyoming




CANADIAN PROVINCES AND TERRITORIES



British Columbia British Columbia
Quebec Quebec
Yukon Yukon




OTHER COUNTRIES


Japan
Japan

(Various Dates)
New Zealand New Zealand

(27/10/2022)
Global ShakeOut Other Countries



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