(CNN Español) -- A magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck the Philippines on Sunday, according to reports from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

The seismic focus was located at a depth of 30.5 kilometers and the epicenter was located 35 kilometers east-northeast of Aras-asan, Philippines, according to the USGS, which also indicates that 49.1 kilometers to the west-northwest is located the town of Tandag, Caraga, Philippines.

The tremor comes on the heels of a magnitude 7.6 earthquake in Mindanao in the southern Philippines on Saturday night.

Several aftershocks followed, including a magnitude 6.6 on Sunday morning, according to the USGS.