It’s been just over two weeks since the April 25th magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocked Nepal, now a second magnitude 7.3 quake has struck between the capital of Kathmandu and Mount Everest.
The U.S. Geological Survey says quake hit a conservation area just after lunch today, local time.
The death toll is 42, with over 1100 injured.
The April 25th quake killed more than 8,150 people and injured more than 17,800 people as it flattened monuments, historical sites and villages.
In the capital of Kathmandu, this latest quake has sent Nepalese people rushing outside of their homes into the streets.
Strong shaking was also felt across Northern India.
In the Indian capital of New Delhi, people scrambled outdoors while buildings swayed.