1. The dome that broke through the crater floor, on December 27, 2020, on the south-west
    perimeter of the existing dome, continues to grow within the crater of La Soufrière and has an
    ellipsoid shape with growth expanding in a westerly direction.
  2. The SRC Team spent the day preparing equipment for deployment. The Team also did visual
    observation of the mountain, which included observation of the emission of gas, taking still
    photos and videos, as these will help to determine the location to place instruments to monitor
    the flow of gas.
  3. A reconnaissance mission to Fancy and Owia to identify suitable locations for the installation of
    additional seismic stations was done today.
  4. Seismic data from the Wallibou station is now streaming into the Seismic Research Centre
  5. A webcam providing live feed was installed on January 3, 2021 at the Belmont Observatory. A
    second camera, at Georgetown was successfully installed and Camera and weather station
    installations, at the summit, are still being pursued.
  6. In preparation for the installation of stations at the summit, seismic and ground deformation
    monitoring equipment are being mobilised to Georgetown to facilitate easier movement of
    equipment for deployment to the sites identified on the volcano.
  7. Alert level remains at Orange. The volcano continues to exude magma on the surface and steam
    can still be observed from the Belmont Observatory. Persons living in areas close to the volcano
    should expect strong sulphur smells for several days to weeks, depending on changes in wind
  8. The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) met with residents of Sandy Bay
    and surrounding communities at on Thursday 7th January, 2021 at the Sandy Bay Government
    School to update residents on the present situation at the La Soufrière Volcano and to review the
    Community Volcano Emergency Plan.
  9. The Community Meeting slated to take place on Saturday 9th January 2021 at the Georgetown
    Secondary School at 3:00 p.m. has been cancelled due to the revised protocols for mass gathering
    implemented by the Health Services Sub-Committee of the National Emergency Management
    Organisation (NEMO).
  10. The National Emergency Management Organisation is reminding the public that no
    evacuation order or notice has been issued.
  11. NEMO continues to appeal to the public to desist from visiting the La Soufriere
    Volcano until the scientists advise that it is safe to do so.
  12. NEMO will continue to provide regular updates on all activities taking place at La

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