A new earthquake measuring 5.9 on the Richter scale shook central Greece at 20:38 on Thursday.
The epicenter was near the town of Elassona, which was hit on Wednesday by an earthquake measuring 6.0.
The National Observatory of Athens' Institute of Geodynamics reported that the new quake's epicenter was 16km southwest from Elassona proper, close to Larissa.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of up to 6.3 struck central Greece on Wednesday and was felt as far away as the capitals of neighboring Albania, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Montenegro.
There were no immediate reports of injuries. Local officials reported some structural damage, mainly to old houses and buildings that saw walls collapse or crack.
An earthquake was registered in central Greece today around 12 p.m. The epicenter of the quake was near the town of Larissa.
The Institute of Geophysics told BNR that the epicenter was at a depth of 10 km. The tremor was felt in many places in Bulgaria, including Kardzhali, Plovdiv and in Sofia highrise buildings.
There were no reports of casualties or damage.
Panathinaikos won the Athens derby with AEK on Sunday night, as it awaits the arrival of Israeli coach Oded Kattash in the new week.
Having caretaking coach Kostas Haralambidis on their bench, the Greens won 80-75 at the Olympic Sports Hall, largely thanks to their supremacy in rebounds (39 against 23) and have moved to an 8-1 record, while AEK is on 7-2.