YOGYAKARTA - The Agency for Research of Volcanolgy in the province of Yogyakarta has lowered the status of the Mount Merapi volcano. It now stands at level two. This change was made after the activity of the volcano decreased further in comparison to several weeks ago, when the alert status of the volcano was also lowered.
The volcano, the started to erupt late October in what would become the largest eruption of the volcano in over a century, doesn't show tremors on a daily basis anymore. Several of the other indicators have also dropped to levels normal for the Mount Merapi volcano. Currently there is no direct danger that the volcano will erupt again.