An earthquake of magnitude 5.5 struck off the coast of Turkey's Mediterranean coastal province of Antalya on Saturday, the Kandilli Observatory said.The earthquake was felt in Israel, sending a tremor through buildings in multiple places across the country including Jerusalem and the north of the country. The Geological Survey of Israel announced that the earthquake was 436 kilometers northwest of the city of Nahariya, according to Ynet News. Israel's Home Front Command alerted Israelis to the quake and sent Israelis reminders about earthquake safety precautions. They reminded those able to leave structures during a quake to go outside, and those unable to leave to take shelter and leave windows and doors open.The Home Front Command advised that Israelis who are outside during an earthquake remain outside and move away from structures, bridges and electrical poles. The command also advised that anyone who finds themselves at a beach during an earthquake should leave the beach as there is risk of a tsunami occurring in the quake's aftermath.The earthquake occurred at a depth of 93.3 km (58 miles), the Kandilli Observatory said, after revising the magnitude up from 5.4.Turkish media said the earthquake was felt in Antalya and neighboring provinces. There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage to buildings.