The seismic activity in recent days has undoubtedly increased compared to a few weeks ago: this is demonstrated by the numerous shocks recorded in central Europe, between Italy, the Balkan peninsula, and the eastern Mediterranean.

The most significant shock is that of magnitude 6.4 which struck Croatia on the morning of 29 December, after which other intense shocks followed on different points such as Northen Italy and Crete Island.
A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck on Friday, 30 October 2020, about 14 km (8.7 mi) northeast of the Greek island of Samos.
Many buildings were damaged or collapsed as a result of the earthquake.

In the meantime, various seismic sequences continue in Italy, such as the shocks in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the Cilento coast and the shocks in the Sannio.
In short, the earth is shaking several times at different points of the old continent, but between these strong shocks is there a bond?