After an official agency sent out a tsunami warning in B.C., many British Columbians were concerned.\nMinutes later, the agency corrected themselves and said that there was no warning and more info was on its way — but the damage was done and not as many people retweeted the correction as they did the original mistaken tweet.\nNarcity reached out to Emergency Management BC who said that they apologized "for any concern this may have caused, and we are looking at ways to prevent this from happening in the future."*\nEditor's Choice: Ontario's New Nordic Spa Will Officially Open In Spring 2021 Now\nOn Monday, October 19 in the afternoon, the Emergency Info BC Twitter page sounded the alarm.\nTsunami warning issued for #BC. Stand by for additional info. https://t.co/km122KCowf— Emergency Info BC (@EmergencyInfoBC) October 19, 2020\nBut just eight minutes later, they made a correction.\nCORRECTION: TSUNAMI WARNING in effect for South Alaska & the Alaska Peninsula. Risk to #BC is being evaluated. Standby for #BC specific information. https://t.co/uU03RMB6XC— Emergency Info BC (@EmergencyInfoBC) October 19, 2020\nThen, they said to stay tuned to find out Canada-specific information after the quake.\nA 7.5 magnitude (upgraded from 7.4) earthquake has occurred near Sand Point, Alaska. An assessment is in progress to determine if a tsunami threat exists for BC. Please continue to stand by for #BC specific information. #BCtsunami https://t.co/uU03RMB6XC— Emergency Info BC (@EmergencyInfoBC) October 19, 2020\nMore than two hours after their original announcement, they said that there was actually no threat at all to the province.\nNo tsunami threat to #BC https://t.co/Q1VkXtMJtS— Emergency Info BC (@EmergencyInfoBC) October 19, 2020\nThat didn't stop people from voicing concerns and seeming worried about their first tweet.\nHoly crap pic.twitter.com/jdE9Eqksn6— Emma (@Emma81190886) October 19, 2020\n*This article has been updated.